Category AmCham BiH News

AmCham ICT Committee meeting with the Prime Minister of the FBiH

Representatives of the local and international, globally known companies from the ICT industry, members of American Chamber of Commerce in Bosnia and Herzegovina, forming the AmCham ICT Committee, held a meeting with the Prime Minister of the FBiH, Mr. Fadil Novalić, in order of presenting the importance of following the Digital Agenda of the European …

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The simplification of business visa regime between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo

AmCham BiH in cooperation with its NGO member Foundation Dokukino, and with AmCham Kosovo organized a meeting, on the topic “The simplification of business visa regime between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo.” The event is thought to be of great importance for the economies of both countries. The business meeting, that was divided into four …

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How to attract and stimulate investment in local government

On the workshop entitled “Attracting and Stimulating Investment in local communities” organized by the American Chamber of Commerce in BiH in collaboration with USAID Sida Growth-Oriented Local Development (GOLD) Project, AmCham BiH members had the opportunity to learn about the so far implemented activities of the Project. At the same time the representatives of the …

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U.S. AMBASSADOR TO BiH MAUREEN CORMACK WAS THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER ON THE AMCHAM LUNCHEON

On the AmCham Luncheon U.S. Ambassador to BiH Maureen Cormack spoke about the challenges and possible solutions to build a positive business environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina. During her speech Ambassador Cormack pointed out that the laws and better procedures are important to improve the business climate, but at this very moment one thing is …

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NEW SEE 2015

NEW SEE represents the vision where South East European countries jointly collaborate on improving the attractiveness of the region for global investors and thus benefiting the regional economies. It is an initiative of 7 American Chambers of Commerce from the South East Europe region (Albania, BiH, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia) with the aim to …

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NEW SEE 2015 – A new vision for the future of SEE countries

Ten American Chambers in the South East Europe have come together to change and reinvent the region to make it more appealing for investors… Ten American Chambers in the South East Europe (Croatia, Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Hungary, Montenegro, Romania, Slovenia, Serbia and Macedonia) have come together to change and reinvent the region …

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AmCham BiH handed over the donations collected at the AmCham fundraising event

The humanitarian action organized by the American Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with USAID’s Flood Recovery is successfully completed. 70,000 BAM which were collected at the AmCham Fundraising Event were handed over last night to the small businesses which suffered extensive damage in the devastating floods during the month of May.   The funds are …

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The first ever Overseas Security Advisory Council meeting at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo

On September 25th, the RSO office hosted the first ever Overseas Security Advisory Council meeting at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo Chargé d ’Affairs a.i. Nicholas Hill provided opening remarks to the guests, highlighting the history and importance of the OSAC program. RSO Kevin Murphy provided an overview of Diplomatic Security and their global roles …

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Charge d’Affaires of U.S. Embassy in BiH, Nicholas Hill held a meeting with AmCham BiH Board of Governors

The newly appointed Board of Governors members: Mirna Milanovic Lalic, Zeljko Batistic, Haris Pinjo, Tarik Bilalbegovic, Sead Golos and Faruk Telibecirovic presented AmCham’s action plan. Board emphasized that their goal will be encouraging members to participate in AmCham Committees. AmCham will continue its active participation in identifying of the obstacles that AmCham members are faced …

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AmCham BiH BoG met with Boris Tucić, Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations

Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations, Boris Tucic, hosted a meeting with representatives of the AMCHAM BiH. During the meeting they discussed issues related to difficulties in importing computer equipment and telecommunications equipment. August 22, 2014, Sarajevo – Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations, Boris Tucic, hosted a meeting with representatives of the American Chamber of Commerce …

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The protection of IPR in the region is of great importance

On Friday, April 4, 2014 Mirna Milanovic-Lalic, President of AmCham IPR Committee, was a guest at Aljazeera Balkans, “Kontekst” and discussed on “Protection of intellectual property rights.” Why is it is important to protect intellectual property rights in the region? What does intellectual resources mean for the economic growth of Southeast Europe? What is intellectual …

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