US, African business to meet in Morocco

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US, African business to meet in Morocco

The South African American Chamber of Commerce will host an international trade conference, the North South Forum 2012, in Morocco on 22 – 24 October, under the theme "Rethinking North + South Trade & Development Cooperation Model". 

The North South Forum 2012 conference and expo will afford delegates the opportunity to have one-on-one business meetings and project discussions with representatives of industry, government, international agencies and enterprise federations.

The event is open to various industries ranging from construction of basic infrastructure, social housing, education, training, health and welfare programs, processing manufacturing, agriculture, agribusiness, natural resources management, renewable energies, environment protection techniques and international trade.

For more information, click here or email Harold Schenk at schenkharold@gmail.com.   



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