The President’s Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa will hold an open meeting April 18 that will be broadcast via live webcast. At this meeting the Council will adopt a report containing recommendations to the president on actions the U.S. government could take to mitigate obstacles U.S. companies face in doing business in Kenya, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, and Ghana, countries the Council has identified as holding particular promise of business opportunities for U.S. companies. The report of recommendations will be a follow-up to the Council’s report of analysis adopted last November that identified the top issues U.S. companies face in approaching African markets for the first time, competing for business opportunities on the continent, and executing business operations.

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