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USAID Develops Logistics and Transport in Central and South Asia

18.05.2015

More than thirty representatives of trade development ministries and agencies from countries of Central Asia and Afghanistan, transport and logistics companies, business associations, commercial sections of foreign embassies and international organizations will gather in Almaty on May 19-20, 2015 to take part in a two-day roundtable “Transport and Logistics in Central Asia: New Realities”
 
USAID helps integrate the economies of Central Asia to be stronger and more resilient, demonstrated by significant increases in cross-border trade both inside the Central Asian region and beyond the region,  including with Afghanistan and the broader South Asia region.
 
Participants of the roundtable will discuss priority and prospective directions for transport and logistics development in the region, development and implementation of electronic roadmap of Central Asia,  best international practices how to create and run multi-modal logistics centers, development of new railroad routes to deliver goods in Central Asia and Afghanistan and other issues.
WHO-                Representatives of trade development ministries and agencies from countries of Central Asia and Afghanistan, transport and logistics companies, business associations, commercial sections of foreign embassies and international organizations.
WHAT-                Roundtable «Transport and Logistics in Central Asia: New Realities».
WHERE-             KAZZHOL Hotel, 127/1, Gogol Street, Almaty
WHEN-               May 19-20, 2015, 10:00 -17:00.
ORGANIZER-    USAID’s Regional Economic Cooperation Project (USAID/REC) in collaboration with с GIZ Program "Support to Regional Trade in Central Asia"
CONTACTS-     For more information please contact: Helen Serebrennikova, Communications and Grants Manager, USAID/REC Project, tel.: + 7(727) 313 76 96 or E-mail: serebrennikova@chemonics.kz