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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Allied African Nations
Copyright 2017 Allied African Nations Chamber of Commerce. All rights reserved.
276 5th Avenue, Suite 704, New York, NY 10019
Phone 347-659-5251 | Fax 212-656-1545 | Email: info@africanationschamber.com
My Dear African Nations Friends,
 
The fundamental purpose of the Allied African Nations Chamber of Commerce, is to further the development of an open African economy with the firm conviction that international commercial, industrial, and agricultural exchanges are conducive to both greater global prosperity and peace between the United States and the African Nations.

The activities of the Chamber of Commerce, whether of a policy or technical nature, aim:

- to promote international trade, services and investment between the United States business community and the African Nations business community, while eliminating obstacles and distortions to international business; - to promote a market economy system based on the principle of free and fair competition among business enterprises; - to foster the economic growth of the United States and the allied African developing nations alike, particularly with a view to better integrate all countries into the world economy; The Allied African Nations Chamber of Commerce is also committed to expanding the international flow of goods, services, capital and technology, making policy recommendations on a wide range of international issues and translating its principles into practical services to the business community to facilitate commercial exchanges across the United States and the African Nations frontiers, by enhancing the respect of high standards, equity and good faith in international professional and business relationships.

A news conference held on October 13th, 2008 by the Allied African Nations Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with our close partners: the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce, represented by President/CEO Mark S. Jaffe, the Firm McCreary and Fuller Public Relations Corp., represented by Kim E. Fuller Managing Partner, led to the official signing of a "Memoranda of Understanding" with the New York Diamond and Gem Groups, known as The Diamond Manufacturers and Importers Association, represented by President Ronald J. Freidman and Vice-President/CFO Ronnie Vanderlinden, The Indian Diamond and Colorstone Association, represented by its President Rajesh Bhagat, and The Knupfer International Gems, Inc., represented by President Robert Knupfer. In addition, the African Nations Diplomatic corps were represented by Benin, Zambia and Madagascar.

But before these signatory events, the Chamber has been part of the successful Diamonds and Gems producing African Nations EXPO 2008 hosted in New York City, by zambia from 7/16/08 - 8/1/08. This new alliance is formed to assist the African Nations producing Diamonds and Gems to market fairly their products in the United States.

I am exhorting you My Dear Friends, to please become members of the Allied African Nations Chamber of Commerce by joining us, on the new speedy road map to the African Nations wealth, and to be part of many exciting business opportunities.

Thank you very much and God bless.
Anthony A. L. Adjasse
President / CEO
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Allied African Nations
2008 - Allied African Nations Chamber of Commerce. All rights reserved.
Anthony A. L. Adjasse
President / CEO, AANCC
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