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Cablegate: Fy'05 Afrp: "U.S. Africa Investment and Trade,"

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131103Z Aug 04

UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 02 KINSHASA 001528

SIPDIS

FOR ECA/PE/V/G/R/A DWOODS; AF/PD PERHNMAN,

E.O. 12358:N/A
TAGS: OEXC SCUL KPAO
SUBJECT: FY'05 AFRP: "U.S. Africa Investment and Trade,"
August 8-26, 2005

REF: STATE 347575

START FIXED-FORMAT TEXT (PLEASE DO NOT EDIT):
: The following data is in a fixed format, which enables
: Automated processing in Washington and should not be
: Edited except by means of the Post-EVDB software.
EXPORT-SOURCE: POST-EVDB
VERSION: 3.0.7
POST-EMAIL: MetaAK@state.gov
TRANSMITTING-POST: PAS Kinshasa
TRANSMITTING-POST-ID: 4307
EXPORT-TYPE: BIO DATA
START NOMINATION:
ECA-OFFICE: E/VGA
PROG-AGENCY-NAME: Meridian International Center
POST-PROJ-ID: 42
ECA-PROJ-NO: E/VGA-2005-0014
PROJ-NAME: US Africa Investment and Trade FY'05
START MEMO PROJ-DESC:
This project will assist participants in understanding the roles
of the major actors in the United States - African economic
relations.
END MEMO PROJ-DESC:
PROJ-TYPE: Regional
PROG-TYPE: IV Grant Visitor
FY: 2005
DEPART-POST: 08/05/2005
SESSION-DATE: 08/08/2005
RETURN-POST: 08/27/2005
NO-OF-PART: 1
RANK-ORDER: 0
START MEMO POST-OBJ:

END MEMO POST-OBJ:
START MEMO POST-RCMD:

END MEMO POST-RCMD:
ECA-OFFICE-ID: 1035
PROG-AGENCY-ID: 1287
PROJ-TYPE-ID: RP
PROG-TYPE-ID: 29
NOMINATING-POST-ID: 4307
FUNDING-CNTRY-ID:
STATUS: N
ORIGINATOR: U
SUBJ-DISC: Trade
START BIO:
PREFIX: Mr.
F-NAME: Freddy
M-NAME: Mutombo
L-NAME: M'Bav
SUFFIX:
POSITION-CODE: 319
PRINCIPAL? Yes
GENDER: M
DOB: 05/31/1966
MAR-STAT: M
BIRTH-CITY: Likasi
BIRTH-CNTRY: Democratic Republic of Congo
CITIZ-CNTRY: Democratic Republic of Congo
RES-CNTRY: Democratic Republic of Congo
START MEMO POSITION:
Independent Consultant
END MEMO POSITION:
START MEMO OTHER-POSITIONS:

END MEMO OTHER-POSITIONS:
START MEMO PREV-POSITIONS:
1998-2000: Responsible in charge of marketing, "GINOTRADING"
Agency, Lubumbashi
2001-2003: Commercial Director, MARBUCO, SPRL
END MEMO PREV-POSITIONS:
START MEMO US-TRAVEL:
No.
END MEMO US-TRAVEL:
START MEMO OTHER-TRAVEL:
2004 and 1999: South Africa (Business)

END MEMO OTHER-TRAVEL:
START MEMO EDUCATION:
1996: Licence in Management, University CEPROMAD, Lubumbashi,
Katanga
1994: Undergraduate diploma in Business Administration, University
CEPROMAD, Lubumbashi, Katanga
END MEMO EDUCATION:
START MEMO MEMBERSHIPS:
None
END MEMO MEMBERSHIPS:
START MEMO PUBLICATIONS:
None.
END MEMO PUBLICATIONS:
START MEMO SPEC-CONSID:
None
END MEMO SPEC-CONSID:
FIRST-LANG: Swahili/Kiswahili
ENGL-READ: 3
ENGL-SPEAK: 3
ENGL-COMP: 3
START OTHER-LANGS:
OTHER-LANG: French
OTHER-LANG-ID: FR
READ: 4
SPEAK: 4
COMP: 4
END OTHER-LANGS:
START MEMO NOM-POST-OBJ:
The nominee should gain an understanding of the link between U.S.
business culture, good governance and economic development in the
new global economy.
END MEMO NOM-POST-OBJ:
START MEMO NOM-POST-RCMD:
Post would like Mr. M'Bav to meet American Officers involved in
international cooperation, banking, American businessmen and other
officials interested in Africa. He would like to visit historical
sites.
END MEMO NOM-POST-RCMD:
START MEMO VIS-OBJ:
END MEMO VIS-OBJ:
START MEMO VIS-REC:
END MEMO VIS-REC:
NOMINATING-OFFICER:
START MEMO NOMINATING-JUSTIFICATION:
Mr. M'Bav currently works as an independent commercial consultant.
He has a wide range of contacts in the business and commercial
spheres of Katanga Province. Katanga is probably the most
developed province in the DRC. It has a huge potential for
economic development if its mineral and other resources can be
properly developed and managed. Accordingly, both Mr. M'Bav and
the U.S. stand to benefit greatly from his participation in this
program
END MEMO NOMINATING-JUSTIFICATION:
NOM-OFF: PAO
SPEAKER? Yes
NOTIFY-EMB: No
MEDIA? No
HOME-STAY: No
HOME-HOSP? Yes
E-I-TYPE: ELEO
NOMINEE-ID: 92
PERSON-ID: 94
BIRTH-CNTRY-ID: CG
CITIZ-CNTRY-ID: CG
RES-CNTRY-ID: CG
FIRST-LANG-ID: SW
E-I-TYPE-ID: E
NOM-POST-ID: 4307
NOM-FUNDING-CNTRY-ID: 0
NOM-STATUS: N
DS2019-ACTION: 1
DS2019-SUBJECT: 13.1320
SPONS-FUNDS: 0
SPONS-AGENCY1:
USGOVT-AGENCY1:
US-AGENCY-AMT1: 0
USGOVT-AGENCY2:
US-AGENCY-AMT2: 0
INTL-ORG1:
INTL-ORG-AMOUNT1: 0
INTL-ORG2:
INTL-ORG-AMOUNT2: 0
VIS-GOVT-AMT: 0
COMMISSION: 0
OTHER-AMOUNT: 0
VIS-AMOUNT: 0
VIS-CAT: 5
END BIO:
END NOMINATION:
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