TOPICS: TRADE AND INVESTMENTS/AFRICA,  THE CARIBBEAN & LATIN AMERICA

[Presentations 1 to 1 1/2 hours - Seminars & Workshops, 7-14 hours]

 

   

 

 

 

 

John W Milton, an engineer and attorney with over 20 years experience, has found several companies doing business in West Africa and the Caribbean. An adjunct professor and author of international business courses. Consultant in the tobacco Class Action Suits & to institutions. B.S., MBA, JD, PhD; graduate work in Physics; recipient of numerous awards and citations.

 

 

 

 

Experience in intellectual property rights, patents & products.

 

  Designed For Businesses And Professionals.

 

DOING BUSINESS IN THE CARIBBEAN

 

The Caribbean - An Untapped Resource: The purpose of the presentation and seminar series is to introduce businesses and professionals to resource and business opportunities in the major Caribbean countries. Further, they will suggest ways in which large, small and growing business may utilize the vast public & private sector finance, human and related resources to increase business ties with the Caribbean. Finally, the seminars will provide the necessary leads and reference materials to engage in the evolving “Going Global” decision process.

 

GETTING INTO BUSINESS IN AFRICA

 

Why Do Business With Africa?: A look at the numbers: 700 million consumers of $99 billion in products (1995); 30 to 35% profits on trade & investments; world’s most profitable Global markets. Pending US trade laws: “Africa Growth & Opportunity Act”, HR 434 and “Hope For Africa Act”, HR 772, their potential impact on future trade relations and global commerce.

      
        DOING BUSINESS IN LATIN & CENTRAL AMERICA

The escalation of Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) (exceeding US 76 Billion in 1998, Brazil taking the lion’s share ,41.6%) has thrust the largest countries into the role of global players in key areas: Mining, Petroleum, Telecommunications, Electricity & Electronic products, assembly, and light manufacturing. Efficiency -   Seeking Strategies verses Market Access-Seeking Strategies. Mexico, the dominate player in NAFTA’ s trading scheme verses the grinding wheels of the WTO. Liberalization/privatization ,fueled by FDI has help set 
the stage for increased trade and investment opportunities.

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