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a trade consultant in a sentence

"a trade consultant" in Chinese  
  1. That's an imperative, " said Donald Marsh, a trade consultant and faculty member at Seattle University.
  2. -- R . Roger Majak, a trade consultant, as assistant secretary for export administration at the Department of Commerce.
  3. Peter Clark, a trade consultant for uranium producer Cameco Corp ., of Saskatoon, said the deal is a victory for Canada.
  4. "Improvement will be throughout 1995, " said Harald B . Malmgren, head of the Malmgren Group, a trade consultant in Washington.
  5. Before he leaves, however, Marshall will be talking to some British firms with Atlanta offices that have expressed interest in retaining him as a trade consultant.
  6. It's difficult to find a trade consultant in a sentence.
  7. "If it's easier and cheaper to trade, it makes more ideas actionable, " said Wayne Wagner, president of Plexus Group, a trading consultant in Santa Monica, California.
  8. "I would be surprised if anything great occurs, " said Paul Freedenberg, a former undersecretary of Commerce and now a trade consultant at Baker & Botts in Washington.
  9. Maureen Rosch, a trade consultant in Washington who says her annual income is in the low six figures, spends $ 2, 000 a year on health insurance premiums.
  10. "I would be surprised if anything great occurs, " said Paul Freedenberg, a former undersecretary of Commerce and now a trade consultant at Baker & AMP; Botts in Washington.
  11. A trade consultant hopes a load of frozen chicken bound for Cuba on Friday will be the first of regular monthly food shipments from the Port of Tampa to the island nation.
  12. A trade consultant who insisted on anonymity said Friday night that as much as $ 7 billion to $ 9 billion of annual Japanese imports could end up on the threat list.
  13. Now paid by corporations as a trade consultant, Ms . Stern applauds the role of businesses in what she sees as a valuable effort to streamline international regulation while maintaining public protection as worldwide trade expands.
  14. A tax treaty is just too far off and too complicated for Clinton and Yeltsin to get into it, " said Paul Freedenberg, a former undersecretary of Commerce and now a trade consultant at Baker & Botts.
  15. A former fisherman, Rowley is a veteran scholar of the seafood industry, a trade consultant and a member of the prestigious " Who's Who of Food and Beverage in America, " awarded by the James Beard Foundation.
  16. A tax treaty is just too far off and too complicated for Clinton and Yeltsin to get into it, " said Paul Freedenberg, a former undersecretary of Commerce and now a trade consultant at Baker & AMP; Botts.
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