OPIC Updates | Newsletter of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Overseas Private Investment Corporation President and CEO Elizabeth L. Littlefield signs an Investment Incentive Agreement with His Excellency Dr. Pwint San, Deputy Minister of Commerce of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.


OPIC highlights Asia-Pacific investments

As part of the U.S.-Asia-Pacific Comprehensive Energy Partnership (US-ACEP), President Obama recently announced a new OPIC commitment to sustainable power and energy projects in the Asia-Pacific region. To support this Partnership, OPIC recently participated in U.S. government training for Economic and Commercial officers in the Asia-Pacific region and the White House Doing Business in Asia Forum in May with over 70 U.S. AAPI business leaders attending. Learn more

OPIC endorsed at Senate hearing

Agency credited for supporting development in ways that also support the American economy and national security. Learn more


Why the world's poor are a good credit risk

John Aldonas, OPIC Deputy Vice President of Small and Medium Enterprise Finance, discusses how private sector investments in some of the poorest parts of the world offer a promise of a strong return. Learn more  

OPIC releases 2012 Annual Report

OPIC highlights several key projects and priorities of the past year. Highlights include microfinance lending in Indonesia, long-term loans in Haiti, and promoting agriculture in Rwanda. Learn more



Managing risk in challenging markets
John Moran, OPIC Vice President of Insurance, explains how OPIC's political risk insurance helps U.S. businesses to compete globally by mitigating risk while taking advantage of commercial opportunities.  Learn more
OPIC makes a stop in Charleston
OPIC takes its Expanding Horizons workshop to South Carolina to help educate small businesses around the southeast, on the benefits of expanding into emerging markets, while utilizing OPIC support. Learn more
All eyes on African development
This year's Africa Day celebrated the 50th anniversary of the founding of the African Union. It provided an opportunity to highlight the great progress made by the continent and reflect on OPIC's support in its development. Learn more


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