AmCham’s premier monthly gathering, ‘Commerce’ Monthly Forum, was kicked off at the beautiful Q-Kabul facility and guests enjoyed a delicious brunch while listening to our seasoned presenters provide very useful and insightful information on the current Bilateral Security Agreement. A small gesture of appreciation was first presented to Dr. Elspeth Smith for her hard work and commitment over the last three years as+Read More
In conjunction with the US Chamber of Commerce, AmCham had another successful event at the spotlight conference and gala dinner hosted by Business Links in Dubai on Sept. 15, 2014. The venue was held at the immaculate new JW Marriott Marquis at the Dubai Business Bay and the program was well-received by those in attendance. The gala dinner, hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce in+Read More
The American Chamber of Commerce in Afghanistan (AmCham-Af) hosted another successful “Investors Meet & Greet Event” on September 7, 2014 at the American University of Afghanistan Women’s Center. The event was opened by the Chairman Mr. Marion H. Day who welcomed the delegation of U.S investors visiting Kabul and emphasized the potential opportunities in Afghanistan. After the representatives gave a brief introduction of their company and operations, the program then broke out+Read More
Doing Business in Afghanistan
Our mission is to promote American business interest in Afghanistan by providing a forum in which American business executives and business executives with American interests may identify, discuss, and pursue common aims. The AmCham/Af commits itselfe to the expansion of commerce between the United States and Afghanistan.
Major American corporations conduct growing, profitable businesses in Afghanistan. Seasoned Afghan businesses that have been engaged for a decade with American companies have expanded their businesses and developed highly skilled work forces and operations.
Economic growth creates stability and optimism. There is enormous room for increased American and joint venture business in the country, and the transitional years represent prime opportunities for the private sector to enter the market. To grow jobs here and in America, consider investing in Afghanistan.