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American Business Council
The voice of American Business in Nigeria (Read more on About Us)

Business Advocacy

Business Advocacy
We create strategic engagement and partnerships with relevant stakeholders on policy, legal and regulatory issues that will improve the ease of doing business.


We represent the interest of American Companies in Nigeria, support sustainable socio-economic reform initiatives in Nigeria and promote growth in trade and investment between Nigeria and the United States.

Trade and Investment

Trade and Investment
We are committed to continually shaping current and future US-Nigeria trade and investment for mutual economic growth and prosperity.




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ABCs Economic Update: The Future of Energy in Nigeria and its Impact on the Economy

The American Business Council in collaboration with the US Chamber of Commerce and PwC Nigeria invites you to attend a virtual event being held Thursday, September 30th at 3 pm WAT - ABCs Economic Update: The Future of Energy in Nigeria and its Impact on the Economy. Register to attend here ABCs Economic Update: The […]

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2021 Cybersecurity Conference

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated digitalization around the world, but as life has shifted increasingly online, cybercriminals have exploited the opportunity to attack vital digital infrastructure. States across Africa, where digital capacity continues to lag behind the rest of the world, have emerged as a favorite target of cybercriminals, with costly consequences. Addressing these vulnerabilities […]

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The new US/Africa relations

The new US-Africa Relations Tags: Africa, Economy and Business, Climate Change, SME, COVID-19, Creative Industry, AfCFTA In the last four years, the perception has been that the United States approach to Africa was at an arm's length and committed to little engagement with African leaders. The Previous administration launched Prosper Africa and finalized the creation […]

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