Doing Business in Suriname

Suriname’s government is looking to increase commercial ties between U.S. and Surinamese companies and has begun to make more infrastructure projects available to outside bidders.

Date

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Time

1:00PM ET - 2:00PM ET

Location

Your Computer

Cost

$35.00

Presented by

U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce

Event Details

Learn about business opportunities in various sectors, reasons to consider doing business in Suriname, and the U.S. Government resources available to support your company in the market.

Event Information

  • Suriname has undergone a goldrush in recent years and is on the cusp of a potential offshore oil boom with four strikes in the past year, involving U.S. energy
  • The United States is already Suriname’s top import partner. Some 31% of Suriname’s imports come from U.S. companies.
  • Suriname imports poultry, chemicals, petroleum products, electronics supplies, excavating machinery, materials handling equipment, and industrial machines.
  • Suriname is among the most diverse countries in the hemisphere, with a long tradition of ethnic and religious tolerance.

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For questions, please contact: Monica.Toporkiewicz@trade.gov.