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President Bush to Attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders' Meeting in Vietnam and Travel to Singapore and Indonesia

President Bush will travel to Hanoi, Vietnam to attend the 14th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Leaders' Meeting on November 18-19. At APEC, the President looks forward to continuing his robust dialogue with APEC Leaders on ways to ensure the continued prosperity of the Asia-Pacific region. The President will have meetings with President Triet and Prime Minister Dung in Hanoi on November 17, and will hold bilateral meetings with other leaders while at APEC. While in Vietnam, President Bush will visit Ho Chi Minh City.

The President also will travel to Singapore and Indonesia during his trip.

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