THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE 15TH EDITION
Open sky, digitalization, and skills development:
3 key drivers for tourism recovery and further growth

The American #15 focused on Tourism and Hospitality is out now. Printed copies are available at the Amcham office.
The 16th edition will be released in late September and will deal with CSR and Sustainable Development.

For more information, please feel free to contact us:
kenny@amcham-madagascar.org

033 15 004 74 | 034 97 284 34

 

 

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THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE 14TH EDITION

"ENERGY Panic Wordwide... what about us?" 


The American #14 focused on Energy issues  is out now. Printed copies are available at the Amcham office.
The 15th edition of the magazine will be released in late June.

For more information, please feel free to contact us:
kenny@amcham-madagascar.org

 

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THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE 13TH EDITION

"COP26 is over, what now? 
Keeping our promises and translating our commitments into actions."

The American #13 focused on environmental issues and climate change is out now. Printed copies are available at the Amcham office.
The 14th edition of the magazine will be released in late March and be centered around the ENERGY sector. Academia, companies, and all stakeholders in the field are invited to contribute to the first quarter publication.
For more information, please feel free to contact us:
kenny@amcham-madagascar.org

 

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About


The American Chamber of Commerce in Madagascar is pleased to announce the launch of a new website called www.theamerican.mg, funded and supported by the U.S. Embassy in Madagascar.

 

For a wider English-speaking readership
Back to 2017, the AmCham started a magazine called “The American”, a free quarterly magazine fully edited in English, which served as a newsletter to AmCham members. The magazine has been printed in a limited number of copies distributed to the Chamber’s members and partners.
The American magazine was created to meet one of AmCham’s missions, which is to promote the use of the English language within the business community in Madagascar. Today, as the world moves into the digital age, the AmCham decided to start this website called www.theamerican.mg.

 

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Disclaimer:


This website was funded by a grant from the United States Department of State. The opinions, findings and conclusions stated herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of State.