Pacific Island nations

December 1993
Business America;12/13/93 -12/27/93, Vol. 114 Issue 25, preceding p1
Trade Publication
Reports on projects to build up trade and investment between the United States and the Pacific Island nations under a Joint Commercial Commission. Development of information about commercial opportunities in the Islands; Dissemination of information about business activities in their countries through publications and electronic networks of the US Department of Commerce.


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