USAID to Hold 11th Central Asia Trade Forum

USAID to Hold 11th Central Asia Trade Forum
USAID Headquarters, Washington, D.C., United States

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) will virtually hold the 11th annual Central Asia Trade Forum themed “Post-COVID Recovery Through Better Connectivity” on October 04-08.

The virtual Forum, celebrating 30 years of cooperation between the United States and Central Asia, is designed for five working days and will consist of ten sessions and two round table, the USAID said in its press release.

Among the over 80 illustrious speakers are Torsten Brezina, Cluster Coordinator of the GIZ Regional Programmes in Central Asia, Tatiana Proskuryakova, Regional Director for Central Asia World Bank, Barbara Oliveira Ramos, ITC’s Chief of Research and Strategies for Exports, and Vicky Koo, Adjunct Professor at the Macao Science and Technology University.

The Central Asian Trade Forum will also host, together with the training company CERT Academy, an online conference on the new ISO international standards of 2021.

Over the past decade, the Central Asia Trade Forum has brought together more than 10,000 participants from more than 30 countries to exchange ideas and solutions, to build relationships, and to conduct business.