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Machinery, Materials & Technology (M3T)

Welcome to the website of the U.S. Commercial Service’s Machinery, Materials & Technology (M3T) Team for U.S. manufacturers who want to export. The M3T Team's in-depth industry expertise seeks to provide up-to-date export assistance and value-added services for the exports of industrial machinery and materials in the chemicals, plastics, composites, paper/pulp, material handling, metal-working and machine tools sectors.

The manufacturing sector in the United States has been a cornerstone of our economy for decades. To maintain this important sector of the U.S. economy, the U.S. Commercial Service provides assistance to increase the industry’s competitiveness by providing insight and research on foreign markets, programs to help U.S. firms enter new markets and services to help them find qualified business partners.

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Detailed Event Information For Business Opportunities in Qatar Related to 2022 World Cup and Beyond Detailed Event Information For Business Opportunities in Qatar Related to 2022 World Cup and Beyond
Business Opportunities in Qatar Related to 2022 World Cup and Beyond -- Architectural/Constr./Engineering SVC, Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Eq., Building Products, Education/Training Services, Financial Services, General Science & Technology, General Services, Hotel/Restaurant Eq., Sporting Goods/Recreational Eq., Travel and Tourism Industries
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Location/Date: Los Angeles, CA, United States 02/18/2013 - 02/18/2013
Event Summary:
The US Commercial Service will be hosting a breakfast meeting on Monday February 18, 2013 featuring a delegation of Qatari business and government leaders co-led by Mr. Hassan Al Thawadi, Secretary General, Qatar 2022 Supreme Committee and U.S. Ambassador to Qatar, Dr. Susan L. Ziadeh. US companies are encouraged to participate to learn about upcoming opportunities in Qatar as they prepare for the 2022 World Cup and implement the Emir's 2030 Vision Statement. This event will include a presentation from our guests as they outline the vision for Qatar and a Q&A session with participations. There will also be an opportunity to network with members of this high-level delegation.

Contacts:
Robert Dunn, Belgrade
Senior Commercial Officer
Phone: +381-11-706-4072
Robert.Dunn@trade.gov
Rachid Sayouty, Los Angeles (Downtown)
USEAC Director
Phone: 213-894-4022
Rachid.Sayouty@trade.gov
Terri Batch, Los Angeles (West)
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 310-235-7212
Terri.Batch@trade.gov
Rafael Patino, Santo Domingo
Commercial Officer
Phone: 809-481-2315
Rafael.Patino@trade.gov

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