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On 2nd December 2010, at One Whitehall Place, London, Developing Markets Associates in conjunction with the High Commission of Mozambique to the United Kingdom, hosted the UK-Mozambique Investment Forum 2010.
The event was attended by some 200 delegates who were welcomed with opening remarks by HE António Gumende, Mozambican High Commissioner to the UK and Hon Oldemiro Marques Baloi, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation for the Government of Mozambique and the Hon Stephen O’Brien, Under-Secretary of State for International Development, UK.
On Wednesday 27th October, over 140 delegates attended the highly successful US-Kosovo Investment Forum at Harold Pratt House, New York City.
The Forum was staged by the US Embassy of Kosovo and Developing Markets Associates (DMA).
On Friday 22nd October 2010, some 200 delegates attended the hugely successful Second UK-Albania Investment Forum at Drapers’ Hall in the City of London. The Forum was staged by the Government of Albania and Developing Markets Associates (DMA).
Developing Markets Associates in conjunction with the High Commission of Ghana to the United Kingdom, hosted the UK-Ghana Investment Forum 2010.
The event was attended by some 300 delegates who were welcomed with opening comments by HE Prof Kwaku Danso-Boafo, Ghanaian High Commissioner to the UK, Atam Sandhu, Chief Executive of Developing Markets Associates and Baroness Lynda Chalker, Chairman, Africa Matters Limited. The opening address was given by His Excellency John Dramani Mahama,Vice President of the Republic of Ghana.
On Wednesday 14th of April, 2010, the First UK-Montenegro Investment Forum took place at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).
On Wednesday the 21st of April, 2010, Developing Markets Associates (DMA) and Africa Matters Ltd ( AML) hosted and evening cocktail reception at the Royal Overseas League.
The evening featured a presentation on practical strategies and successful international examples of how to increase the volume and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of remittances.
Mandarin Oriental, London March 11th, 2010
The Forum, hosted jointly by JTI and DMA, was attended by over 150 delegates.
The Jamaican Government was represented by Audley Shaw, Minister of Finance and Public Service, and Michael Stern, Minister of State for the Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce as well as Bryan Wynter, Jamaica’s Central Bank Governor.
Investing in Mozambique 2010 is published by DMA and was presented at the UK-Mozambique Investment Forum 2010, held at One Whitehall Place, London on 2nd December 2010.
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