USAID's business forecast: Q3 of 2018

An Afghan businesswoman showcase her products at a fair in Kabul. Photo by: USAID

CANBERRA — The downward trend in the number and value of forecast opportunities listed with the United States Agency for International Development continued this quarter.

At the associated business call, which took place in Washington D.C., on June 28, the agency highlighted the growing importance of small business partners and a direction to encouraging self-reliance among the countries they are currently supporting.

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