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Cablegate: The Philippines Representative to Apec Telecom Ministerial

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STATE FOR EEB/CIP/MA JRODGERS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ECON EPECO ECPS RP
SUBJECT: The Philippines Representative to APEC Telecom Ministerial
Conference

REF: STATE 20803

As requested in reftel, National Telecommunications Commission (NTC)
Director Pricilla Demetion will be the Philippine's representative
to the APEC ministerial meeting on Telecommunications and
Information Policy in Bangkok on April 20-22. She manages NTC's
Telecommunication Planning, Development, and Programming Department.
No U.S. telecoms have a stake in Philippine companies and Post does
not have any issues for Ambassador Gross to discuss with this NTC
Director.

KENNEY

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