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The Bilateral Chamber was pleased to organize, on behalf of USTDA, the China LNG & Gas Infrastructure business briefing in Houston, as part of the recently concluded Reverse Trade Mission (RTM) to the cities of Washington D.C., Houston, Texas, and Lafayette, Louisiana. Participants were able to interact directly with the senior-most public and private sector officials from China’s energy sector, who presented upcoming commercial opportunities for U.S. companies as they build LNG and Gas infrastructures in China.  

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We invite you to mark your calendars for the second installment of the USTDA China LNG & Gas Infrastructure RTM Business Briefing, taking place in Houston on March 22, 2018.

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Honored Speakers:

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T.H. Sandra Oudkirk
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State
U.S. Department of State
H.E. Madjid Bouguerra
Ambassador of the People’s
Democratic Republic of Algeria to the U.S.
Embassy of Algeria, Washington, D.C.
Mr. Abdelmoumen Ould Kaddour
President & CEO

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Mr. Mohamed Arkab
President & CEO
Mr. Arezki Hocini

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The U.S.-Algeria Business Council and the Bilateral Chamber of Commerce, with support from the Embassy of Algeria in Washington, D.C., were pleased to host the 2018 US-Algeria Energy Forum. Marked by the attendance of the esteemed Sonatrach delegation, this event featured a dynamic and engaging program filled with panel discussions and presentations by senior-level members of: Sonatrach and its affiliates, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Commerce, NOV, KBR, Schlumberger, Anadarko, among many others.
Bilateral Chamber Members who were unable to attend the 2018 U.S.-Algeria Forum can request the official PowerPoint presentations. Please contact Ms. Lucy Girgawy at:

Special Thanks to our Esteemed Sponsors

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Moderated by John R. Brantley, Bilateral Chamber Advisory Board Member and Partner at Bracewell LLP,  we were pleased to host Joshua Harris, Director of Maghreb Affairs, U.S. Department of State for the annual U.S. Department of State roundtable discussion. Harris offered a candid and comprehensive outlook on Morocco, Libya, Tunisia and Algeria. For more information on future U.S. Department of State briefings, please contact us at

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For the 2nd consecutive year, the Bilateral Chamber was pleased to join Kallman Worldwide at the USA Partnership Pavilion at Dubai Arab Health 2018.

As the global destination for healthcare industry professionals, the 2018 Arab Health Exhibition and Congress once again proved to deliver on its promise of convening world-class healthcare expertise. With the aim of bridging the gap in medical knowledge, the carefully designed Congress provided the very latest updates and insights into cutting edge procedures, techniques and skills.

Click the video below to view the Arab Health 2018 Video Highlights.

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Approximately 50 members of the Tunisian Talents United Association (TTU) were recently gathered in Tunis for the second TTU workshop, held under the them: Human Capital & Leadership. These participants were afforded the opportunity to share their experiences and their know-how in the fields of human capital development and leadership, for the purpose of developing an an accelerated project for Tunisia's development.

The 3rd annual TTU Forum will convene in Houston, Texas in July 2018, coordinated by the Bilateral Chamber. For more information, please contact Ms. Lucy Girgawy at:


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2018 February Newsletter A Expert Insight series-1

Bilateral Chamber Member, IIC Firm, Discusses
Top 4 ways on How to Win Influence in MENA

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"Trade regulations, obtaining proper permits, language barriers and navigating a new culture can be difficult. Gaining influence will become an important factor in winning contracts and being productive within the region...If you want to gain influence for your company and projects, it is important to have good cultural manners, become a trusted member of a group and obtain the social capital necessary to secure contracts."

 Click here to read the full article.

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