CENTRAL ASIA: POST-COVID RECOVERY THROUGH BETTER CONNECTIVITY

A VIRTUAL EVENT

ABOUT THE FORUM

This year, the Forum will once again feature timely ideas and innovations in trade and connectivity.  Through discussions between business and industry leaders, government officials and policy makers, and a range of subject matter experts, this unique platform will continue its decade-long role in stimulating and accelerating sustainable economic growth in Central Asia through regional collaboration and cooperation.

In a week of live webinars and recorded presentations, the Forum will focus on economic recovery from COVID-19 across a range of topical areas including tourism, transport and logistics, e-commerce, trade agreements, water and energy sustainability, and women and youth.

Hosted by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Central Asia Trade Forum is a unique platform for the introduction of new regional and international market opportunities for Central Asia’s growing business community. The event has become a recognized brand as one of Asia’s largest trade facilitation and regional cooperation events.  Over the last decade, the Central Asia Trade Forum has brought together more than 10,000 participants from over 30 countries.

EXPERT INTERVIEWS

Development of a Cold Supply Chain in Central Asia
Maksat Konushaliev. 3D map
Mavzuna Mansurova. Modern logistics trends in Tajikistan

TIMELINE

2011

Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

2012
Almaty, Kazakhstan
2013
Almaty, Kazakhstan
2014
Almaty, Kazakhstan
2015
Almaty, Kazakhstan

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Shymkent, Kazakhstan

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