The US administration is unveiling an initiative to promote natural gas demand and infrastructure in emerging economies to help US LNG exporters.
November 17, 2017Argus Media
November 08, 2017The Diplomat
The U.S. and Japan signed new agreements to promote “high quality” infrastructure in Asia and Africa.
November 07, 2017American Journal of Transportation
A day before U.S. President Donald Trump is welcomed on a lavish state visit to China, his government signed two deals with regional rival Japan, pledging cooperation on infrastructure projects in the Indo-Pacific region.
May 05, 2016World Energy TV
USTDA Director Zak spoke with World Energy TV about energy storage opportunities in emerging markets during the Energy Storage Association’s 2016 Annual Conference.
November 18, 2015AEA365
My name is Diana Harbison and I’m the Director of the Program Monitoring and Evaluation Office at the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, which links U.S. businesses to global infrastructure opportunities.
August 05, 2014Daily Independent
It also announced that the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) had reaffirmed its plan to have local representation in Nigeria for the first time.
August 05, 2014Diaspora Messenger News Media
Obama has committed to the Power Africa Initiative to double access to energy across the continent and a Water Treatment and Energy Recovery facility in Kariobangi, Nairobi, is among the beneficiaries. The project seeks to expand and modernise the Kariobangi waste water treatment facility.
February 04, 2014CSIS
USTDA Director Leocadia I. Zak joined the Center for Strategic and International Studies Monday, Jan. 3, 2014, for a discussion on USTDA's mission, the role it plays in addressing the challenges U.S. companies face globally, and how this impacts the U.S. development agenda in emerging economies.
January 07, 2014Bloomberg TV
"Capitol Gains" profiles the head of a small federal agency winning praise from the business community. U.S. Trade and Development Agency Director Leocadia Zak is having success selling American goods to the developing world.