Lee says FTA will benefit both Korea, US
South Korean President Lee Myung-bak urged the United States Monday to quickly ratify a free trade agreement (FTA) signed between the countries nearly two years ago, saying the FTA will significantly benefit both countries. Korea Herald - South Korea, June 16, 2009
The American Chamber of Commerce in Chile is working with The Chilean Economic Development Ministry (CORFO) to identify California companies that would be open to hosting Chilean interns, particularly in the viticulture, tourism and energy sectors – and then with possibilities of further exchanges to Chile. Details here and at www.corfo.cl
California Coalition For Free Trade The CalChamber Council for International Trade (CIT) is urging members of the business community to join (click here to download membership form) its coalition working to secure congressional approval of the free trade agreements (FTAs) with Colombia, Panama and South Korea. Companies .or associations that join the California Coalition for Free Trade will be included on the rapidly growing list of FTA supporters. There is no cost to join the coalition, which will keep members apprised of its activities and how to be supportive of the FTAs. For more information on the FTAs or to join the coalition, visit www.calchamber.com/international
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