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EIA COMMENDS ADMINISTRATION FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN TRADE PROMOTION AND EXPORT CONTROL POLICIES

 WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The Electronic Industries Association (EIA) today commended the Clinton administration for its efforts to improve the nation's export promotion and export controls policies.
 EIA President Peter F. McCloskey, responding to the new White House recommendations, stated: "The proposals outlined today are significant improvements over current U.S. government export promotion and export control policies. We believe these proposals set the foundation for even further progress and reforms which are needed to improve the high tech manufacturing community's ability to export. We are particularly pleased with the administration's recognition of the significant role high tech exports play in our nation's economic well-being."
 The association is also pleased with the administration's proposal to expand export finance resources and programs which will provide additional leverage in a particularly competitive world market.
 McCloskey concluded: "Even with these important improvements, there is much that needs to be done in order to encourage maximum possible exports by removing additional federal disincentives, restrictions and artificial barriers. EIA will work with the administration and Congress in order to implement additional improvements for creating a successful national export strategy and policy."
 For more than 69 years, the Electronic Industries Association has been the national trade organization representing the U.S. electronics manufacturers. Committed to the competitiveness of the American producer, EIA represents the entire spectrum of companies involved in the manufacture of electronic components, parts, systems and equipment for communications, industrial, government and consumer uses.
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 /CONTACT: Mark V. Rosenker, vice president-public affairs, Electronic Industries Association, 202-457-4980/


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