With a combined GDP of $230 billion, Kazakhstan and Ukraine offer unprecedented market opportunities in energy, infrastructure, and agriculture sectors. With a growing middle class, Kazakhstan has developed into the leading market in Central Asia and is positioning itself as a transit route between Europe and China. In Ukraine, strengthening domestic demand led by solid private consumption and sustained investment activity present new opportunities for U.S. companies.

The Washington, DC-based U.S.–Kazakhstan Business Association (USKZBA) and U.S.–Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), in coordination with the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Commercial Service, are organizing Certified Trade Missions (CTMs) to Kazakhstan and Ukraine to lead U.S. companies interested in making business connections in these promising markets in Eurasia.


U.S. Commercial Service Regional Senior Commercial Officer for Russia and Eurasia Michael Lally

U.S. Commercial Service SCO Kazakhstan Dean Matlack

US-Kazakhstan Business Association Executive Director Sarah Frese

U.S. Commercial Service SCO Ukraine Martin Claessens US-Ukraine Business Council Morgan Williams


Trade Missions Dates:

October 24-26 – Kazakhstan (Almaty and Astana)

October 27-28 – Travel

October 29-30 – Ukraine (Kyiv)

Questions? Contact the U.S. Commercial Service:

Lola Gulomova: Lola.Gulomova@trade.gov Boris Chumak: Boris.Chumak@trade.gov