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Chapter : General Policy and Analysis

General Policy and Analysis

General policy and analysis

Basic Resources


Antitrust Division (Justice Dept.), Networks and Technology Enforcement (NTES),450 5th St. N.W., #7700, 20530; (202) 616-5924. Fax, (202) 616-8544. Aaron D. Hoag, Chief.

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Reviews mergers in the areas of information technology, Internet-related businesses, computer hardware and software, high-technology components, manufacturing, professional associations, financial services, and the securities industry.

Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs (EB) (State Dept.), Commercial and Business Affairs (CBA),2201 C St. N.W., #5820, 20520-5820; (202) 647-1625. Fax, (202) 647-3953. Scott Ticknor, Special Representative (Acting).

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Serves as primary contact in the State Dept. for U.S. businesses. Coordinates efforts to facilitate U.S. business interests abroad, ensures that U.S. business interests are given sufficient consideration in foreign policy, and provides assistance to firms with ...

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