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Washington Association of Sewer & fluid Districts Fall Conference & Trade Show

December 19th, 2015

Washington Association of Sewer & liquid Districts Fall meeting & Trade Show
Occasion on 2016-09-21 00:00:00
Washington Association of Sewer & fluid Districts Fall conference & Trade Show is happening on 21 Sep 2016 during the Davenport resort Spokane, usa. Its a premier event in Air & liquid administration business.

Book a stall at!

at Postal guideline 99203, United States
Spokane schools
Spokane, United States Of America

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Trade Compliance Seminar in Washington, DC ‘Tariff Classification’

September 14th, 2014

Trade Compliance Seminar in Washington, DC ‘Tariff Classification’
Occasion on 2014-11-12 08:30:00

Seminar Information:  This class is for Importers, Exporters & FTA determination.  The classification and valuation of goods are major choices!  This is critical  information not only for responsibility purposes, but additionally to determine whether goods are subject to quotas, restraints, embargoes or other limitations. Registration includes a copy associated with "Doing Your Duty- Product Classification based on the HTSUS" reference guide.  Classes Earn NCBFAA credits.

Register 1 month in advance and save !                                                            
Early registration price is 5 per person.                                                                    
Later registration pricing is 5

Instructor:  Arthur O'Meara

whom Should Attend:  Import & Export Managers, Traffic department, product sales, Shipping Department Personnel, Global Marketing Managers, Customer Service Staff, Credit Managers, Controllers, Purchasing, Logistics professionals or Anyone involved or because of the responsibility for Overseas Documentation, Compliance Rules and Regulations.

To register or even for extra information, please visit:

Global Training Center
(800) 860-5030

at Washington
3800 reservoir road
Washington, United States

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Ubiquitous Hair and Health Trade Show

May 23rd, 2014

Ubiquitous Hair and Health Trade Show
Event on 2014-08-23 11:00:00

The Ubiquitous Hair & Health Trade Show will consist of two days of information, entertainment, and commerce to help women embrace all facets of who they are. In addition to the trade show, featuring a diverse offering of the leading hair, health and beauty brands, the event will feature nationally-known entertainers; discussion forums, contests, prizes and surprises!

The Ubiquitous Hair & Health Show will take place in Destination DC, the nation’s capital. We invite you to come and see what Washington, DC has to offer, including the new Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, presidential monuments, the National Zoo, and much more! The Show venue is the Omni Shoreham Hotel, Regency and Ambassador Ballrooms. Public Transportation is encouraged. You can join our Partner, Metro DC on the Red Line and exit at the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgal Metro Stop, just 1 block away from the Show.

at Omni Shoreham Hotel Washington DC
2500 Calvert Street NW (at Connecticut Avenue )
Washington, United States

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EU-US Relations with Iran: Legalized Business, Compliance Frameworks & Trade Prospects

March 30th, 2014

EU-US Relations with Iran: Legalized Business, Compliance Frameworks & Trade Prospects
Event on 2014-04-14 09:00:00


The Economic Relations Forum





 April 14-15, 2014  |  Washington Hilton  |  Washington, D.C.

 Information for Event Sponsors



The impetus for this conference emerged in the wake of the Geneva nuclear agreement and the prospects for a comprehensive settlement that may lead to a significant lifting of sanctions and the restoration of economic relations with the West. The three-day program will provide attendees with information on:

  • Economic relations between Iran, the U.S. and other trading partners;
  • Existing sanctions and frameworks for compliance;
  • Humanitarian legalized trade and commitments to suspend certain sanctions in the wake of the Geneva agreement; and,
  • Trade expected to become legalized upon a final comprehensive settlement between Iran and the group of 5+1 nations.



Plenary Sessions will cover in detail and on the public record, the following general economic and legal issues in connection with Iran:

  • Ongoing Trade and Investment Relations with Iran
  • Current State of US, EU and UN Sanctions on Iran
  • Business Prospects Following the Geneva Agreement
  • Opportunity Costs of Sanctions to US and Iran
  • Sanctions Enforcement & Compliance Frameworks
  • Business with Iran: From Culture to Contract



Informal, parallel workshops will examine the impact of sanctions on the following economic activities, assess legalized trade currently available or which will become available in the wake of the Geneva agreement, and explore trade opportunities that may become available or not be restricted once a final settlement is reached.

  • Food Items & Agricultural Commodities
  • Medicine and Medical Devices & Supplies
  • Commercial Aviation Parts & Repair Services
  • Software & Technology for Telecommunications
  • Crude Oil, Natural Gas & Petrochemicals
  • Maritime Logistics, Shipbuilding & Ports
  • Banking & Insurance Services for Legalized or Non-Restricted Trade
  • Gold & Precious Metals
  • Automotive
  • Humanitarian Initiatives Supporting the Iranian People
  • Cultural Trades & Sports
  • Environment  & Public Safety



Washington Hilton                  

1919 Connecticut Ave, NW

Washington, District of Columbia 20009


The conference will bring together current and former officials, policy analysts, economic and legal experts, and trade thought leaders from the US, EU, Iran and other countries to provide authoritative and constructive guidance on sanctions, compliance and economic transactions.


The conference program is directed primarily towards policy makers, business executives, legal and tax advisors, as well as finance, insurance and logistics professionals in the US and abroad. We particularly encourage small and mid-sized businesses to attend.



  • Promote Peace & Partnership
  • Cultivate Economic Prosperity
  • Support Comprehensive Nuclear Settlement
  • Encourage Further Legalized Business
  • Foster Cultural Exchange & Dialogue
  • Enhance Understanding of Business Climates



There are many ways for individuals and organizations to support this conference program. Sponsorship deadline is March 30, 2014.


Sponsorship Levels

at Washington Hilton
1919 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, United States

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Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association Conference And Trade Show

August 5th, 2013

Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association Conference And Trade Show
Event on 2013-11-13 00:00:00
Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association Conference And Trade Show will be a high profile event that will be serving the agricultural sector which will bring together and provide equal opportunity for the small scale local farmers and the largest corporate farm to showcase their products to the targeted customers without any bias.
The event will continue for a period of more or less two days with the objective of generating more interest for the people in this field to conduct researches and to provide important information that can be applied for the betterment of food production and agriculture. The event will represent all vegetable growers from Idaho, Oregon and Washington. The vegetable sellers will be gaining a lot of favorable information regarding the growth and production of various vegetables.

at Toyota Center and Toyota Arena
7016 Grandridge Boulevard
Kennewick, United States

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Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center (US Customs & Border Patrol)

June 23rd, 2013

Some cool Government images:

Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center (US Customs & Border Patrol)
Image by cliff1066™
The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, named after former United States President Ronald Reagan, is the first federal building in Washington, D.C. designed for both governmental and private sector purposes. Each of the organizations located in the Pennsylvania Avenue building are dedicated to international trade and globalization. Organizations headquartered in this building include the U.S. Agency for International Development, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. The first private sector lease was signed with investment banking firm Quarterdeck Investment Partners, Inc. The building hosts conferences, trade shows, cultural events, and outdoor concerts. However, post-9/11 security requirements for high-profile federal buildings have limited the extent of the public/private access anticipated by its designers.

The building is located above the Federal Triangle Metro station at what was once known as the "plague spot" in Washington, an area once populated heavily with saloons and brothels. The federal government purchased the land in the 1920s, and it was to be part of the Federal Triangle redevelopment of the late 1920s and 1930s. Until development on the current building began in 1996, the area known as the "Great Plaza" was used as a massive downtown parking lot. The building, designed by James Ingo Freed (of the architectural firm Pei Cobb Freed & Partners) and Ellerbe Becket, is located in front of the Oscar Straus Memorial.

At the time it was built, the Ronald Reagan Building was the most expensive federal building ever constructed, at a cost of 8 million. As a federal office building, it is second in size only to the Pentagon. Its naming was controversial, because Ronald Reagan was considered to be a champion of small government and this building was seen by some as an example of a government waste. The conference center hosts over 1,200 events each year, including many of Washington’s annual social galas. With the city’s largest parking garage, information center, and a metro rail station, the building is visited by over 1 million tourists each year. The summer concert series held on the Woodrow Wilson Plaza and the many food options draw many to the building during the lunch hour.

Premier Christy Clark
Image by BC Gov Photos
B.C. Premier Christy Clark addresses the audience at the swearing-in ceremony March 14, 2011 at Government House

Police honoured for valour, meritorious service
Image by BC Gov Photos
Facing down armed robbers, rescuing children and dodging bullets were all in a day’s work for some of the 60 B.C. police officers honoured tonight at Government House.

Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon and Shirley Bond, Minister of Justice and Attorney General, presented the awards to outstanding officers in a ceremony marking B.C.’s 32nd annual Police Honours Night.

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Kids to Sen. Sessions: Please Choose Us, Not Dictators — The Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) Cartoon Video

June 3rd, 2013

Before the Arms Trade Treaty, there were no international rules governing the international weapons trade. Following an international effort supported by the…
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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KTHV: Pryor Discusses Trade Trip to Panama and Colombia

February 25th, 2013

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Panama Realty

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December 15th, 2012


I will trade this Carly Rae Jepsen video montage, which will provide endless entertainment..for a pair of tickets to her concert!

Rádio Termal FM, 98.3, da cidade de Santo Amaro da Imperatriz, Santa Catarina, Brasil. Página na internet, com programas on-line.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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President Obama Speaks on Enforcing Trade Rights with China

May 18th, 2012

President Obama discusses a new trade case against China involving rare earth minerals that are used by American manufacturers to make high-tech products like advanced batteries that power everything from hybrid cars to cell phones, and other products like steel and chemicals. March 13, 2012.

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