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Press Release Structured Trade Seminar June 2018 Zambia
U.S. Government and INTL FCStone Host Landmark African Structured Trade Seminar
Livingstone – U.S. based company, INTL FCStone hosted a landmark seminar that addressed challenges with regional commodities trading and outlined a viable roadmap to strengthen Africa’s ability to trade and drive economic growth. The seminar was made possible through a Public Private Partnership with INTL FCStone and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
The United States Ambassador to Zambia, Mr. Daniel L. Foote, officially opened the Southern African Structured Trade Seminar with Government of the Republic of Zambia’s Southern Provincial Minister, Honorable Edify Hamukale, partner organization INTL FCStone, and other corporate partners, including ABSA, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, the Barak Fund, AGRA, European Investment Bank, and Musika, on Wednesday, June 27 at Avani Victoria Falls Resort Hotel.
“We are happy to partner with leading private sector companies and governments to support the development of structured trade across Southern African Development Community,” said Ambassador Foote. “This seminar is exactly the type of creative, business-oriented approach that is most effective for long-term African prosperity.”


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