of Public Affairs
BUSH ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAL TO LEAD TRADE MISSION
TO EAST EUROPE
U.S. Commerce Deputy Assistant Secretary Joe Bogosian will lead a delegation
of U.S. aerospace companies on a business development mission to Poland,
Romania and the Czech Republic November 3-7, 2003. The mission will help
U.S. civil and military aerospace manufacturing, supply and service firms
explore or expand their presence in these Eastern European markets. The
mission will focus on aircraft products and services, and will also be
open to firms offering solutions to airport infrastructure needs, such
as airport security.
The delegation will visit Warsaw, Bucharest and Prague to gain first-hand market information and meet with key government officials and potential business partners. In all three countries, the delegation will be introduced to potential business partners through mission events and tailored business-to-business meetings.
These Eastern European markets are experiencing rapid growth, an increasing level of disposable income, and the improved competitiveness of their companies as they adapt to a market environment. Imminent membership in the EU and NATO has also already brought opportunities for U.S. companies in terms of upgrades and adjustments.
Warsaw, Bucharest and Prague are also experiencing a decrease in inflation, fully convertible currency exchange rates and the liberalization of capital flow in these countries.
For further information on participation in the November 3-7, 2003
trade mission, please contact Karen Dubin at (202) 482-3786, fax: (202)
482-3113, or e-mail: Karen_Dubin@ita.doc.gov.
The deadline to submit applications is October 1, 2003.
Contact Us |
About ITA |
Site Map | Privacy Statement | Disclaimer
U.S.Department of Commerce | International Trade Administration