The U.S. Chamber's Eurasia team provides the U.S. government, international finance institutions and other relevant bodies with a strategic U.S. business outlook vis-à-vis the emerging markets of the Caucasus, Central Asia, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, and Moldova.
The Eurasia Business Platform (EBP) provides the U.S. government and other relevant institutions with a strategic business outlook vis-à-vis the emerging markets of the Caucasus, Central Asia, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, and Moldova. It allows members to create and maintain dialogue, access, and strategic interaction with Eurasian governments and business decision makers.
The EBP fosters regional cooperation and integration with a particular focus on transport development and facilitating trade in a way that supports today's global supply chain security requirements. The EBP taps into the established network of accredited American Chambers of Commerce in Eurasia to further promotes economic diversification and the adoption of transparent economic policies that encourage US investment.
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This is an interesting summary from the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis on their recent workshop series regarding the areas of interest and issues relating to economic integration in Eurasia. Their recommendations include collaborating on non-tariff barriers, energy, and infrastructure to create a long-term agenda for economic cooperation. For more information, go to: http://www.iiasa.ac.at/web/home/research/eurasian/Events.html.8024.html
On April 28 – 29, 2016 the U.S. Chamber of Commerce will be an Official Partner of the Trans-Caspian East-West Trade & Transit Corridor Forum hosted by the Embassies of Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, and Turkey.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Chamber of Commerce today announced that Dr. Mark T. Esper has been named Vice President, Europe and Eurasia. Esper, a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and senior Congressional Staffer, will also continue in his capacity as Executive Vice President of the U.S. Chamber's Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC).
WASHINGTON, D.C.-The United States Chamber of Commerce has hired former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Europe Eric Stewart to spearhead its Eurasian Business Platform (EBP), an initiative to help U.S. businesses make inroads into the dynamic economies bordering the Black and Caspian Seas.
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