Commercial Section

Business Resources and Services

For market research, trade events, trade leads, and information on how to export, please visit, the U.S. Government’s export portal.

U.S. Government Advocacy Assistance

U.S. Government advocacy assistance is provided through the U.S. Advocacy Center ( in Washington, DC, whose mission is to coordinate U.S. Government resources and authority in order to level the playing field on behalf of U.S. business interests as they compete against foreign firms for specific international contracts or other U.S. export opportunities. The advocacy ranges from U.S. Embassy and Consulate assistance to Sub-Cabinet and Cabinet messages on behalf of U.S. commercial interests to support a specific viable bid or proposal. Such messages can be delivered through a variety of media (e.g., letters, phone calls, or face-to-face meetings). For more information on advocacy eligibility, the application process, Advocacy Center services and other related information please visit the Advocacy center website at A company interested in receiving U.S. Government advocacy assistance must first file an Advocacy Questionnaire and Anti-Bribery Agreement with the Advocacy Center.

Policy-related or market access and trade compliance advocacy assistance

The International Trade Administration’s Trade Compliance Center (TCC) works to ensure that US businesses receive equal treatment with foreign countries. If a company perceives it is being treated unfairly in Turkmenistan, please contact the TCC by post or e-mail or visiting TCC On-Line.

Mailing address:
Trade Agreements Compliance Program
Office of Trade Negotiations and Compliance
U.S. Department of Commerce
14th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20230

American partner or product search

Non-U.S. companies or individuals looking for a partner or source of products from the United States should visit the U.S. Commercial Service’s websites in at for access to a variety of web-based services, including trade opportunity leads, search for partners, service directories and localized outreach to U.S. companies.

Commercial News USA

Commercial News USA is the official United States Department of Commerce showcase for American-made products and services and is located at


The Special American Business Internship Training (SABIT) program builds partnerships and provides technical assistance by training Eurasian business leaders in U.S. business practices. These training programs directly support Eurasian economic and civil society development by encouraging market-based reforms, while generating valuable export and investment opportunities for U.S. industry. For more information and a schedule of training sessions please visit

Contact Information for the Commercial Section

If you have any questions regarding the range of services provided by Economic-Commercial section of the U.S. Embassy in Ashgabat, please send an email.

You may also contact the following individuals:

Ms. Courtney Brasier
Commercial and Economic Officer,
Tel: (+99312) 940045

Ms. Nilufar Matyakubova
Economic Assistant,
Tel: (+99312) 940045 ext. 2194

Mr. Konstantin Kosumov
Economic-Commercial Assistant,
Tel: (+99312) 940045 ext. 2161

Mr. Begli Annamuradov
Commercial Assistant,
Tel: (+99312) 940045 ext. 2139