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OPIC Executive Vice President Mimi Alemayehou Discusses Extensive Growth Opportunities in Africa

In this Q&A video, OPIC Vice President Mimi Alemayehou discusses the extensive growth opportunities in Africa, including the demand for energy and power as the continent continues to develop.

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Calling on Caribbean entrepreneurs

Last year OPIC, in cooperation with the Department of State, agreed to provide $150 million to support winning projects in two 2012 business proposal competitions to be conducted in 2012 by State’s new International Diaspora Engagement Alliance (IdEA). One of those competitions, the Caribbean IdEA Marketplace, launched on March 1, 2012. OPIC will provide $50 million to support the Caribbean Read more…

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Liberia: The next six years and beyond

OPIC Executive Vice President Mimi Alemayehou on Liberian President Johnson-Sirleaf When Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf first became President of a war-torn Liberia in 2006, she helped usher in a period of reconciliation and rebuilding, as she worked to reduce poverty, strengthen businesses and forge stronger ties with the United States and foreign investors. This week President Johnson-Sirleaf – a recent Nobel Peace Read more…

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Alemayehou: Why the Diaspora is an increasingly important part of OPIC’s client base

A recent cover story in The Economist described immigrant networks as “a rare bright spot in the world economy. Around that same time. OPIC Executive Vice President Mimi Alemayehou addressed a forum at the World Bank about innovative ways to engage the diaspora, where she outlined why members of diaspora communities often made attractive investors in the developing world. The text of her September 14, Read more…

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OPIC co-hosts luncheon for companies interested in investing in MENA

OPIC co-hosted a luncheon with the State Department at the Chamber of Commerce on August 11 for U.S. Companies investing, or interested in investing, in Egypt and Tunisia.  OPIC’s Executive Vice President Mimi Alemayehou, and Managing Director of Investment Development and Coordination John Moran (pictured), spoke to representatives of some 40 major U.S. companies about the financial tools OPIC offers Read more…

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Photo: President of Guinea visits OPIC

Alpha Condé, President of the Republic of Guinea, visited OPIC August 1 and met with OPIC President and CEO Elizabeth Littlefield and OPIC Executive Vice President Mimi Alemayehou. President Condé highlighted some of the policy changes he is working to implement in Guinea. The group discussed opportunities for private investment in Guinea, primarily in the power, water, and agricultural sectors, Read more…

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