COTTON USA Bangladesh/Pakistan Trade Mission

COTTON USA Special Trade Mission from Bangladesh & Pakistan July 24-August 3, 2010

Please find attached an updated itinerary and participant list for the 2010 COTTON USA Special Trade Mission from Bangladesh and Pakistan. There are currently six (6) Bangladesh and six (6) Pakistan textile executives participating, along with three (3) CCI staff.

Members are urged to note the dates of the various dinners and meetings with each federated association of ACSA, and contact their federated association with the names of the participants from their firms that plan to attend each function.

Please note that the ACSA/ACP Reception on Wednesday, July 28 at Chickasaw Country Club, will begin at 6:30 pm, followed by dinner at 7:15 pm.

Should you have any questions, please contact the ACSA office (800.238.7192) or Brittany Ashcroft with CCI (202.745.7805).

10-0628 Bangladesh-Pakistan Participant list

10-0628 Bagladesh-Pakistan itinerary

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