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U.S. Commercial Service

By Davenport, Alice

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Book Id: WPLBN0000578703
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 380.71 KB.
Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: U.S. Commercial Service  
Author: Davenport, Alice
Language: English
Subject: Trade, Import and export controls, Export controls--United States
Collections: Export and Trade Collection
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Publisher: Federal Trade Commissionn (FTC)


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Excerpt: A few months later, in May 2003, Dilek Macit, Head of the EBRD Consultancy Services Unit, addressed a group of US consultants in Washington DC and discussed how to compete successfully for EBRD consultancy project tenders. That same month, Beatrice Maser Mallor, from the EBRD Trade Facilitation Program, spoke at a New York City EAC outreach program (which also included EBRD SCO Alice Davenport, Trevor Gunn of BISNIS and Cheryl Conlin of Exim Bank). Other events included an intensive three-city outreach program during the week of June 23 for EBRD Vice President Noreen Doyle, organized by the EBRD Business Development Unit in coordination with CS-EBRD. SCO Alice Davenport accompanied the group, traveled to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Denver.


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