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United States Trade and Development Agency

(U.S. government) An independent agency within the executive branch. Its mandate is to promote economic development in, and simultaneously export U.S. goods and services to, developing and middle-income countries. The Agency conducts feasibility studies and orientation visits, and provides trade-related training to assist U.S. firms in becoming involved in developing projects with substantial U.S. export potential. It also coordinates government-to-government technical assistance. Contact: United States Trade and Development Agency; 1000 Wilson Blvd., Suite 1600; Arlington VA 22209 USA; Tel: [1] (703) 875-4357; Fax: [1] (703) 875-4009; Web: www.ustda.gov.

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