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Honourable Minister of Lusaka Province Freedom Sikazwe with US Ambassador Mark Storella opens the Headquarters office.
Representatives of the Zambian Government and US Ambassador Storella pose with our Founding Members
(From Left)AmCham Executive Director John Payne, AmCham President David Vosburg, US Embassy Commercial Officer Srini Seetharahm, Cargill GM Lezanne Van Zyl, and US Embassy Deputy Chief of Political-Economic Affairs Adam Ross
(From Left) ZACCI Director Prisca Chikwashi, AmCham Vice President Paul Kaluba, ZDA Director of Research, Policy, & Planning Florence Mumba, and AmCham Business Linkages Chair & BUK Truck Parts CEO Ben Katubiya
US Ambassador Mark Storella with Cargill GM Lezanne Van Zyl
American Chamber of Commerce in Zambia Headquarters
From left to right: Zambia Road Development Agency CEO Bernard Chiwala and US Ambassador Mark Storella with National Road Fund Agency CEO Dr. Anthony Mwanaumo and AmCham President David Vosburg
Chamber President Mr. David Vosburg addresses American and Zambian government representatives and Chamber members on 19 February 2013
Encouragement from Secretary Hillary Clinton "The ambassador is very committed, along with his team, to support this Chamber of Commerce. And we want you not only to succeed, we want you to flourish. So I am thrilled to be here. I’m like the parsley on the plate. All the hard work has been done. I don’t pretend to be the main course because I come and go. The people who are going to be working will be here tomorrow and the next day. But I am thrilled. I have a deep personal commitment to and belief in the future of Africa. I have absolutely no doubt in my mind. And of course, we do have a President and a First Lady who care deeply about the continent as well." » Click here to Read More
AMCHAM IN THE NEWS!
"U.S. Aims to Gain New Edge in Africa" Wall Street Journal
Many participants say the U.S. needs a new approach to a continent that is projected to grow faster than any other global region over the next five years.
U.S. officials say American companies, not the government, must pursue African business opportunities.