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Cablegate: Brazil Contact for Mdb Loan Review

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UNCLAS BRASILIA 003158

SIPDIS

STATE FOR EB/IFD/ODF

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EFIN EAID ECON EINV PREL BR
SUBJECT: BRAZIL CONTACT FOR MDB LOAN REVIEW

REF: SECSTATE 272059

1. Per reftel, the MDB Loan Review Officer for Mission Brazil,
located at Embassy Brasilia, is:

J. Andrew Plowman, Deputy Economic Counselor
E-mail: PlowmanJA@state.gov
Tel: 55-61 312-7470 or 55 61 312-7180
Fax: 55-61 312-7658

DANILOVICH

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