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Leveling the Playing Field

By: Ann Ngo

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: This coordinated advocacy helped Orden win the project Kent Burton, Vice Presidents of Policy and International Government Affairs at Ogden Corp. said, We are very pleased that we were selected by the government of the Dominican Republic to privatize the key airport in the country. I am convinced that the Advocacy Center and the U.S. Embassy Played a critical role in helping Ogden win this project....

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The Advocacy Center

By: Daniel John Bloom

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: MANY AMERICAN COMPANIES believe that only the fortune 500 can afford high-powered government relations advocate in Washington. You know the kind of people - often highly-paid lawyers. Or former government officials. Who can close a deal just by making a few phone calls? Representatives of The Advocacy, Center a U.S. government central coordinating agency. Were recently in Shanghai to spread the word that American companies of all shapes and size already have pow...

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Us Government Help on Foreign Bids

By: Daniel J Bloom

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: The Department of Commerce?s Advocacy and Multilateral Development Bank Center, founded in 1993, aims to promote US exports, create and retain US jobs by supporting US companies? bids for international projects, and expand US businesses? global market share. The center concentrates on trade transactions?not policy.

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Advocacy Helps the Indirect Exporters

By: Patrice Williams

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: Every day, all across the United States, thousands of companies are manufacturing products and providing services that are exported to countries around the world. In 2000 U.S. companies exported goods and services valued at more than $1 trillion. While just 1 percent of all more than 78 percent of all U.S. merchandise exports, many of these firms rely on other companies for input needed to support export production...

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The Advocacy Centers Mission

By: George W. Bush

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: The Advocacy Center was established in 1993 to promote U.S. exports and help create and retain U.S. jobs by coordinating high-level U.S. government support to large, medium-sized, and small companies competing for international opportunities. U.S. exports and U.S. jobs are generated when these companies source goods and services from the United States. We use advocacy as a means to promote our country?s economic well-being by leveling the playing field.

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U.S. Government Advocacy Guidelines

By: Federal Trade Commission

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Background: USG officials, particularly in our Embassies abroad, are increasingly approaching foreign governments on behalf of U.S. commercial interests. In this connection, however, they are often faced with requests to intervene in support of parties to proposed transactions in which there is some question as to the degree and nature of U.S. participation.

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Advocacy Questionnaire

By: Federal Trade Commission

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: ADVOCACY QUESTIONNAIRE. United States Government advocacy decisions are made on the basis of the best information available. To assist us in responding effectively to your company's request for advocacy, please submit this Questionnaire (including the information requested on the following pages) and other relevant materials to your USG contact or to the Advocacy Center, U.S. Department of Commerce, Room 3814A, Washington, D.C. 20230, Phone: (202) 482-3896, Fax:...

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Aecom : Program Mgmt. And Construction Contracts

By: Federal Trade Commission

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

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Ag Exporter : Dec 2003

By: Sharon Cook

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: In Pursuit of Opportunity. FAS and Foreign Market Development The article, prepared through an agreement between FAS and the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress presents foreign market development efforts in a historical context.

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Agexport Connections Services

By: Federal Trade Commission

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: Exporter Assistance. The Web site includes information for new and existing exporters on creating an export plan, identifying markets, requirements and certifications, channels of distribution, exporter guides and more.

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Special Application for Charter Membership in the American Chamber...

By: Federal Trade Commission

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: Privacy/Security Policy: All AMCHAM-Iraq membership records will be held in strict confidence and safeguarded within the AMCHAM office spaces currently at the AMEMB Chancery. Information such as contact details (e-mail & postal addresses, telephone numbers) will not be broadcast in group correspondence nor posted on or at any physical or web site and will not be released to any third party without the express, written permission of the person or company it pertains to.

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American Chamber of Commerce of Iraqi (Amcham) the Way Ahead : An ...

By: Federal Trade Commission

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Background: Myriad conditions currently constrain American business opportunities and impede market entry (e.g., the security situation, delays in the formation of a Government, legal and institutional flux). At same time, these difficult conditions, themselves, provide a unique set of issues for AMCHAM to address for the benefit of its membership and America's larger mission in Iraq. Indeed, there is much that can be done to address the immediate concerns and needs of t...

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American Chamber of Commerce of Iraq

By: Ward E. Scott

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: Our Chapter launched under the guidance of our new Executive Committee (Board) and Officers with a standing room only luncheon on 26 May 2005, featuring a keynote address by the American Charge d?Affaires, Ambassador James F. Jeffrey. The event set the tone for what promises to be an exciting and productive time for our rapidly growing membership.

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U.S. Trade with Puerto Rico and U.S. Possessions

By: Donald L. Evans

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Introduction: This description covers all phases of the foreign trade statistics program and may contain portions not pertinent to this report. SOURCE OF INFORMATION; Published information on U.S. exports of merchandise from the United States to all countries, except Canada, is compiled primarily from copies of Shipper?s Export Declarations (SEDs) that must be filed with customs officials. The SED is unique among Census Bureau forms since it is not sent to respondents so...

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U.S. Trade with Puerto Rico and U.S. Possessions, 2004

By: Carlos M. Gutierrez

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: Description of the Foreign Trade Statistics Program. Merchandise Trade Statistics, INTRODUCTION; This description covers all phases of the foreign trade statistics program and may contain portions not pertinent to this report. SOURCE OF INFORMATION; Published information on U.S. exports of merchandise from the United States to all countries, except Canada, is compiled primarily from copies of Shipper?s Export Declarations (SEDs) that must be filed with customs o...

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Ministry of Trade

By: Federal Trade Commission

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: General instructions. Bring two (2) copies of this completed form to the registrar at the time of application (one will be retained by the registrar and the second will be returned to the applicant as a receipt of application). This form has enhanced features and can be completed using Adobe Acrobat Reader, after which it can be printed. This is the preferable format for submission. It is also acceptable to complete this form using a typewriter or by hand with black or blue ink.

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Ministry of Trade

By: Federal Trade Commission

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: General instructions. Bring two (2) copies of this completed form to the registrar at the time of application (one will be retained by the registrar and the second will be returned to the applicant as a receipt of application). This form has enhanced features and can be completed using Adobe Acrobat Reader, after which it can be printed. This is the preferable format for submission. It is also acceptable to complete this form using a typewriter or by hand with black or blue ink.

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Sample Advocacy Questionaire

By: Jane Doe

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: United state Government advocacy decisions are made on the basis of the best information available. To assist us in responding effectively to your company's request for advocacy please this questionnaire including the information requested on the following page other relevant materials to your USG contact or to the Advocacy Center, U.S. Department of Commerce, Room 3814A Washing, D.C 20230, Phone (202) 482-3896, FAX:(202) 482-3508 Please also complete the attach...

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Export America

By: Cory Churches

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: Researching markets for export potential is one of the most important first steps to effectively completing an international transaction. In researching market opportunities regional research can help you narrow your choice. As business look to expand their markets overseas, it is likely that certain region are more receptive than others.

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Coalition Provisional Authority Army Contracting Support

By: John Bellizan

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Background: Memo Dated May 21, 2003. -- Designated Secretary of the Army as DoD Executive Agent - Office of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance (ORHA) -- Memo Dated January 14, 2004 -- Responsibility assignment of acquisition and program management support to CPA -- DoD provides support to the Secretary of the Army to carry out this assignment of responsibility...

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