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Los Angeles, CA, United States, 2007/04/26 - “Despite its size, the Southern California international trade industry remains badly fragmented, and now labor talks are coming up again in this summer, and everyone remembers the walk out last time,” said Vance Baugham, President of the WTCA.
On May 1st Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC) plans to released the results of an International Trade Study and the economic impact for 2007. On Thursday, Mayo 10th, the results will be presented in Long Beach.
LAEDC STUDY EMBARGOED UNTIL 12:01 AM, THUR. JAN. 20TH
Jack Kyser, Senior V.P. and Chief Economist, LAEDC
Jim Hankla, President Long Beach Harbor Commission
WTCA LA - Long Beach: International Trade Outlook
Tuesday, May 10, 2007 Program: 8:30 am - 10:00 am.
Continental Breakfast and Copy of International Trade Report Advanced media nterviews are welcome between now and Tuesda
Keesal, Young and Logan – Long Beach 400 Oceangate, Long Beach (Union Bank Building – 14th Fl.) (562) 436-2000
The LAEDC plans to released the results of its 2007 International Trade Study Tuesday, May 1st, 2007, in Long Beach at above event. International trade contributes 485,000 jobs for the LA economy. Join us for breakfast to learn about the trends affecting this vital industry. Keynote speakers include Jack Kyser, LAEDC Senior Vice President & Chief Economist, and James Hankla, Long Beach Harbor Commission President.
[Editors: LAEDC will provide a link to the full study, and you need to check back periodically for updates and the completed study results. There is an executive summary at the front of the study.
Please email us or call for the link to be sent to you to schedule advanced interviews with Chief Economist Jack Kyser, or Senior Economist Eduardo Martinez (English/Spanish) or Economist George Huang (Asian media), LAEDC. The study results will be posted at 12:01 am May 1, 2007 at the homepage of LAEDC and MAYO PR.
[Contact: George McQuade at MAYO Communications, 818.618.9229 to get the link to the full study and advanced interviews.]