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Cablegate: New Iip Print Publication: "American Popular Music (New

VZCZCXRO0235
RR RUEHMLR
DE RUEHBK #2443 2270814
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
R 140814Z AUG 08
FM AMEMBASSY BANGKOK
TO RUEHMLR/RPC MANILA 0071
INFO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 3997

UNCLAS BANGKOK 002443

SIPDIS

MANILA FOR RUEHMLR/GPS
INFO A/ISS/GPS AND IIP/PUBS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KPAO OIIP OPRC AFIN
SUBJECT: NEW IIP PRINT PUBLICATION: "AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC (NEW
EDITION)"

REF: STATE 078154

1. Public Affairs Bangkok would like to order two hundred (200)
copies in English of stock number V0537-E "American Popular Music
(New Edition)." The cost of the copy is $3.00 (three dollars) per
copy.

Total for the above item is $600.00. Post has obligated $50.00 for
shipping/handling (Grand total $650.00). Please advise
shipping/handling costs when known by email to kirati@state.gov.

2. Please charge all expenses to the following fiscal data:

TOTAL OBLIGATION: USD 650.00
APPROPRIATION: 19-80113000P-00
ALLOTMENT: 4316
OBLIGATION: 43168P0081
FUNCTION: 1365
OBJECT CODE: 2450

3. "Post Financial Management Director (Charles J. Slater) certifies
funds availability."

4. Please ship order by APO to the following address:
AIO - Cynthia Brown
Public Affairs Section
American Embassy (Box 48)
APO AP 96546-0001

Thank you.

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