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OPIC partners pay back

OPIC is able to operate as a self-sustaining U.S. Government agency because it works with clients that have strong business plans for supporting development, and generates money from the projects it supports. In fiscal year 2016 alone, 44 OPIC... Read more...

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OPIC partners pay back: QuantumID Technologies

Latest in an ongoing series. Read more about some of the other OPIC partners that have repaid their loans in full The Eye Fund Juan Santamaria International Airport Sante GMT American International School of Abuja Global Partnerships... Read more...

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Featured Photo: OPIC’s Expanding Horizons series kicks-off in Oregon

  In Portland, Oregon this week, more than 60 small businesses and entrepreneurs from 16 states learned about OPIC’s finance and insurance products that support investment in emerging markets at the first Expanding Horizons workshop for... Read more...

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OPIC meets with American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt

  This week a delegation from the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt met with OPIC Acting President and CEO Dev Jagadesan and other OPIC officials to discuss how OPIC can support investment in Egypt. OPIC has a strong portfolio of... Read more...

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OPIC partner Big Tree Farms featured in Portland Business Journal

This account of a small American business expanding into a developing market, by Ben Ripple, co-founder and co-CEO of OPIC partner Big Tree Farms, ran last week in The Portland Business Journal.   Big Tree Farms didn¹t have a formal... Read more...

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Featured Photo: Oregon small business invests in sustainable agriculture in Indonesia

  As OPIC prepares to travel to Oregon to kick off our 2017 Expanding Horizons workshop series for U.S. small businesses looking to expand abroad in emerging markets, we feature one of our Oregon small business partners, Big Tree Farms... Read more...

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Women supporting women: Insights from a woman-owned business investing in African agriculture

As we get ready to kick off our Expanding Horizons workshop series for American small businesses next month, we’ve been featuring several of our successful small business partners. Here, we look at Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Aventura Investment... Read more...

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Featured Photo: Sustainable agriculture in Burundi

(photo credit: Hailey Tucker/One Acre Fund)   In honor of Earth Day 2017, this week’s featured photo highlights sustainable agriculture in Burundi. Juvenal, a smallholder farmer in Burundi, stands in a sea of wheat that he has... Read more...

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Oregon partner sells American-made irrigation equipment in Mexico

  As OPIC prepares to travel to Portland, Oregon to kick off our 2017 Expanding Horizons workshop series for U.S. small businesses, we are featuring one of our Pacific Northwest partners, Wade Rain, Inc. OPIC supports Wade Rain with... Read more...

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Myanmar delegation visits OPIC

  Last week a delegation of bank and government officials from Myanmar visited OPIC to discuss how OPIC can support investment in their country. The Southeast Asian country is the site of increased foreign investment in the wake of... Read more...

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