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Cablegate: Agoa Forum: Delegations From Tanzania and Eac

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SUBJECT: AGOA FORUM: DELEGATIONS FROM TANZANIA AND EAC

REF: STATE 091543

1. (U) The following delegates will attend the AGOA Forum in
Accra on July 18 and 19 on behalf of the Government of
Tanzania:

- Dr. Adelhelm Meru, Director General, Export Processing
Zone, Ministry of Industry and Trade
- Mr. Ramadhan Hashimu Khalfan Director General, Board of
External Trade, Ministry of Industry and Trade
- Mr. E.N. Mmari Masia, Managing Director, JAET Ltd.
- Ms. Emma R. Kawawa, Coordinator, ABR c/o Tanzania
Investment Centre
- Mr. Beno Mhagama, Director General, Cashew Board of Tanzania

2. (U) The following delegates will attend the AGOA Forum in
Accra on July 18 and 19 on behalf of the East African
Community (EAC):

- Amb. Julius B. Onen, Deputy Secretary General
- Mr. Gerald O. Ajumbo, Principal Trade Officer
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