Secretary Brown's Middle East trip promotes stronger commercial ties and regional stability

Loustaunau, Cherie
February 1994
Business America;Feb94, Vol. 115 Issue 2, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on US Secretary of Commerce Ronald H. Brown's visit to the Middle East on January 14-22, 1994 in pursuit of an agenda on economic, commercial and strategic issues. Meeting with government and private sector officials representing markets with large purchases from the United States; Strengthening of bilateral economic ties; Science and technology cooperation.


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