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Photo: Assistant Secretary Sullivan Hosts Senior Executives at the 13th Annual U.S.-APEC CEO Roundtable luncheon

Assistant Secretary for Economic and Business Affairs Daniel S. Sullivan spoke to senior business executives and government officials during the 13th Annual U.S-APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) Roundtable luncheon at the State Department on June 13. The Assistant Secretary emphasized the importance of economic prosperity for national security. The annual APEC event brings together business executives and U.S. government officials to highlight U.S. engagement in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum and in the region. The luncheon also gave U.S. government officials an opportunity to solicit private sector views on trade, security, and other regional issues in preparation for the November 2006 APEC Leaders and Ministers Meetings, which will be held in Hanoi, Vietnam. State Department photo

Assistant Secretary for Economic and Business Affairs Daniel S. Sullivan spoke to senior business executives and government officials during the 13th Annual U.S-APEC [Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation] Roundtable luncheon at the State Department on June 13. The Assistant Secretary emphasized the importance of economic prosperity for national security. The annual APEC event brings together business executives and U.S. government officials to highlight U.S. engagement in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum and in the region. The luncheon also gave U.S. government officials an opportunity to solicit private sector views on trade, security, and other regional issues in preparation for the November 2006 APEC Leaders and Ministers Meetings, which will be held in Hanoi, Vietnam. State Department photo


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