Magazine article International Trade Forum

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Magazine article International Trade Forum

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Feedback: A Mission for Detectives

"We are regular recipi-- ents of the International Trade Forum, and finding it very useful eagerly await every is. Mission for Detective., source of information leads."

Shiv Karnani, Director, Brass Arts, Calcutta, India brassarts@vsnl.comcom

"We have recently read your very interesting article 'A Mission for Detectives'. We were glad to see Romania mentioned. We would like to translate your interesting article and publish it in our Chamber's weekly newspaper, in order to make this information better known to the Romanian business community. We hope that our further co-operation in the field of trade promotion will be fruitful."

Sofia Andreoiu, Deputy Managing Director, Business Information Centre, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania and Bucharest http://www.ccir.ro

Feedback: Redefining Trade Promotion

"Thank you for the copies of the International Trade Forum (issue 4/1999, featuring the 1999 Executive Forum: Redefining Trade Promotion). The magazine is full Of interesting topics; the pieces are well written and presented. Please accept our congratulations for such a fine publication. We have determined that the members of our Parliamentary Committee in Trade, Industry and Tourism. should have an opportunity to read this publication. Kindly send us additional copies to distribute to them."

Kwabena Boateng, Director, General Information Division and Tawia Akyea, Executive Secretary, Ghana Export Promotion Council, Accra Feedback: Exporting Groundnuts

"We have read, with interest, an article on the export of groundnuts (issue 2/1999). The article on aflatoxins was of a high technical standard. It has made us aware of an imperative need for national organizations dealing with product standards and quality control. Lack of infrastructure is the great rock on which least developed countries come to grief. But awareness of a problem is the first step in resolving it. There is no need to tell you of the need for us to have access to your enriching documentation. A long journey begins with the first step - being informed is the first step to begin growing."

Marie Gilberte Augustin, President, and Michel Jean-Francois Ferdinand, Executive Secretary, Association Femme/Avenir, Port-au-Prince, Haiti (Translated from French by ITC)

Thumbs up

I have been receiving the Forum magazine for the last three years, and it has been very informative and updated my knowledge in many ways. …

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