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Cablegate: New Zealand - Point of Contact for C-Tpat Visits

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TAGS: ETRD NZ
SUBJECT: NEW ZEALAND - POINT OF CONTACT FOR C-TPAT VISITS

REF: USCBP 051344Z JUL 07

Point of contact for Customs and Border Protection visits in New
Zealand is Economic Officer Tom Walsh. Telephone: 64-4-462-6182,
Fax: 64-4-472-3537 Cell: 027-446-4467, E-mail: WalshTJ@state.gov.
Country clearance responses will be handled by the
Political-Economic OMS, who can be reached at 64-4-462-6033. E-mail
address not available at this time, due to summer transfer season.

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