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Pastries, Chocolates
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U.S. Congressmen and NVTC Technology Delegation honored at the int@j Power Breakfast

In honor of the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) delegation, led by the U.S. congressmen Tom Davis and Jim Moran, int@j held a power breakfast on Tuesday, April 13th, 2004 and provided members with the opportunity to further mingle with the high powered delegation in an ensuing networking reception which was held the following day.

Representing districts in Northern Virginia, the congressmen arrived in Amman on April 11th on an official visit to Jordan following His Majesty King Abdullah II’s visit to Tysnon Corner last September, where accompanying representatives of the Jordan ICT sector discussed business opportunities in a roundtable meeting hosted by the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC).

NVTC is an association of more than 1300 member companies in Northern Virginia spanning all sectors of the technology industry, including information technology, software, Internet, ISPs, telecommunications, biotechnology, bioinformatics, aerospace and nanotechnology, as well as the service providers that support these companies.

int@j Chairman Marwan Juma greeted the guests and introduced congressmen Jim Moran, member of the Appropriations and House Budget Committees, and Tom Davis, Chairman of the Government Reform Committee and Co-chair of the IT Working Group who in turn spoke of trade opportunities in the Middle East and the high trade barriers hurdling business in the region.

“Fourth in American history, and first of its kind in years, the Jordan U.S. Free Trade Agreement is the key to liberating business with Jordan and a model that should be followed across the Middle East.” Said Moran addressing int@j members.

The guests presented certificates of appreciation to int@j heads Marwan Juma, Ra’ed Bilbessi and Bilal Abuzeid, and interacted more closely with int@j members at a special farewell reception which was held the next day to give delegates the chance to exchange views and business prospects with int@j member companies.

Amman,19April2004
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Geography
Some Marks
To see in Jordan
Overview
Fairs & Exhibitions
Useful Addresses
Media of 1stjordan
Impact of 1stjordan
The 'First Jordan' Card
Press Book
Exotica - Flowers - Shopping on line
www.exotica.com.lb
Engineering Consultants Lebanon
www.spectrumlb.com
Nsouli Jewelry Lebanon
www.nsoulijewelry.com
Hotel Beirut Lebanon
acropolishotel.com
Rent Villas France for Holidays, Seasonal Rentals France
www.rent-villas-france.com
Sole Agent for Philips & Whirlpool in Lebanon
www.azelectronic.com
Arab Printing Press Lebanon
www.arab-printing-press.com
Hotel Beirut Lebanon
www.hotelcavalier.com
Arabic Music, CD Arabia
www.cd-arabia.com
Hotels Syria
www.chamhotels.com
Groupe PMR
www.groupe-pmr.com