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African countries work to open five key services sectors to one another in the AfCFTA.
Thailand’s tourist airport, Nan Nakhon, will undergo Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for airport expansion, an opportunity for U.S. airport technologies.
The Ghanaian Government outlines its priorities in the digital/ICT sector for 2022-2023.
Chile’s goal to achieve 80% renewable grid by 2030 and a 100% zero emissions grid by 2050, will require an estimated 2,000 MW of energy storage every 10 years.
Cape Town has a long history of responding to the climate challenge in a progressive and technically sound manner.
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis announced an increase the country’s defense budget from 2% to 2.5% of GDP in response to Russia’s attack on Ukraine.
The Philippines is integrating information technology (IT) into healthcare to implement better programs for enhanced patient care.
Guatemala is working on policies to promote efficient energy supply offering opportunities for U.S. companies to provide technology and know-how.
Ethiopia is pursuing a digital transformation strategy to digitize the economy by 2025.
By 2050, Poland may become one of the most competitive producers of green hydrogen in the European Union.
The Malaysian Government seeks education partners to provide technical and vocational training to meet demand for skilled labor.
The continued inflow of FDI in Mexico by OEM and Tier manufacturers is increasing the opportunities for U.S. suppliers of the metal-mechanics industry.
Digital payment channels, led by Mobile Money, transform personal finance in Ghana.
The Ghanaian Government’s industrial development priorities for 2022 and 2023 are outlined in its CARES Progam.
The youth population is critical to the future of gaming and esports. Half of the population on the African continent will be under the age of 24 by 2050.