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International Trade and Development

International trade and development

General

▶Agencies

Agriculture Dept. (USDA), Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs,1400 Independence Ave. S.W., MS 1001, 20250; (202) 720-3935. Ted McKinney, Under Secretary.

Web, www.fas.usda.gov

International Trade Administration

Leads on trade policy and international agriculture issues domestically and abroad; facilitates foreign market access and promotes opportunities for U.S. agriculture through trade programs and high-level government negotiations. Oversees the Foreign Agricultural Service.

Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) (Treasury Dept.), International Affairs Division,1310 G St. N.W., #400W, 20005; (202) 453-2260. Fax, (202) 453-2970. Karen Welch, Director.

General email, itd@ttb.gov

Web, www.ttb.gov/offices/iad.shtml

Works with the Office of the United States Trade Representative and federal executive departments to facilitate the import/export trade in beverage and industrial alcohol. Coordinates briefings and other liaison activities for foreign alcohol ...

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