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    © International Trade Centre, International Trade Forum - Issue 1/2001 

    EXPORTER magazine and web site complement work of ITC 

    "I have just received issue 3-2000 of your excellent magazine, which prompted me to bring you up to date on our developments.

    "The EXPORTER is in the process of introducing a new web site, sometime in the first quarter of 2001.

    "We are going to take more of a global perspective. And because the International Trade Centre does such a good job in its mission, we are carefully designing our web site not to re-invent any wheels you have already invented. We are going to divide trade into two components: international trade being defined as trade between not-related parties, which is probably closer to your focus; and global trade of multinationals between related parties, which gets to issues such as transfer pricing, foreign direct investment, etc.

    "I think that the material I have found on your web sites and in the magazine is excellent. This was a critical factor in our decision to migrate from a US-oriented publication (slowly) to a more international one, at the same time, supporting the work of ITC."

    Leslie Stroh, Publisher, EXPORTER magazine lstroh@exporter.com