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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The new digital economy needs embassy economic officers who can understand, embrace and adapt quickly, since economic policy changes at lightning speeds.
Economic Officers of US Consulate, Frank Talluto and Markus Thomi and other officials were also present.
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.
interests abroad." US embassies push back against protectionist moves in other nations, and 1000 economic officers scout for overseas opportunities.
embassy economic officers) on multiple occasions that they intend to keep the Gazan economy on the brink of collapse without quite pushing it over the edge," one of the cables read.
The document is meant to be a strategic "toolkit" for state college and university chief economic officers, but it can serve as a resource for local leaders and policymakers.
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.
embassy in Japan, our biggest economic rival, should have far more political than economic officers? This political officer can't think of one.
We hope that the participants appreciated the opportunity to engage with the Embassys economic officers, and learn about the facilities and services provided by the DTI, DA, and OWWA, particularly in generating employment and entrepreneurial activities in the Philippines, Ambassador Romualdez added.
With the 24/7 news cycle and increased amounts of data now publicly available, economic officers at the posts have transitioned from reporting on statistics to providing insight on economic trends and broader impacts.
City economic officers said that the digital transformation of the city is a goal they are working on.
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