Economic Officer

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Economic Officer

An employee of the U.S. Department of State responsible for economic analysis in the country to which he/she is assigned. An economic officer studies the local economy and assesses its implications for the United States. He/she may also work in trade negotiations.
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Meanwhile, several posts abroad did their own activities for the day, including Tri-Mission Paris, where economic officers from the embassy, along with U.
One can envisage the Department of State seeing merit in political and economic officers of the big embassy again wearing two hats, one for Italy and one for the Vatican.
Anu Prattipati, Economic Officers Richard Bakewell and Eduardo Garcia, Economic Specialist Ahsan Achakzai, Economic Specialist Fahd Zaidi and from US Commercial Services Malik Attiq.
In countries like Malta we (the State Department) partner with the Commerce Department so that they can provide their services and we have economic officers -- so the State Department is responsible for the commercial relationship.
That role should be evaluated by the geographic combatant commands in cooperation with senior staff at our Embassies (that is, economic officers and members of the Country Team), along with members from the Department of State, U.
We thought this briefing would be of critical interest to embassy commercial and economic officers, who are on the front lines for businesses in their countries exporting to the United States," he added.
He criticized the lack of a coherent economic policy among government economic officers.
The three economic officers will be in charge of basic policies for drafting the budget, long-term economic planning, and economic research, respectively.
Economic officers are working with their front offices and with USAID and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea to implement the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA).
Andre Guedel of Location: Switzerland+, the Swiss direct inward investment agency for North America, said the Swiss Road Show II delegation consists of leading scientists, companies and investors within the field of nanotechnology as well as economic officers from cantons supporting nanotechnology initiatives.
Though management and other support functions often constitute a large portion of the available REA slots, evacuations and extended delays in ambassadorial confirmations have increased the demand for political and economic officers to fill long-term vacancies.
The 60 participants were chosen from a field of 200 applicants by a committee of embassy economic officers, local entrepreneurs and partners.
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