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Canada slighted in review, ex-chairman of FEIC suggests.

As a former chairman of FEI Canada, former director of FEI and FEI member for over 30 years, I find it strange that in an article entitled, "FEI Becomes a Global Resource" (March 2006) there was no mention of FEI's close association with Canada, which began in the late 1940s and predated by many years any association with Mexico or any other country. Perhaps the current officers and staff of FEI do not realize how long this association has been [in place]. Bob Moore and Norman Roy would have been aware of the association. They were often invited to the meetings and conferences of FEI Canada.

Ilay Ferrier

Knowlton, Quebec, Canada
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Title Annotation:Letters to the Editor
Author:Ferrier, Ilay
Publication:Financial Executive
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:May 1, 2006
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