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INTERNATIONAL TRADE PROFESSIONAL AVAILABLE TO COMMENT ON NAFTA

 INTERNATIONAL TRADE PROFESSIONAL AVAILABLE TO COMMENT ON NAFTA
 Analysis of the free-trade agreement between the United States and Mexico and its impact on U.S. business can be provided by Francine Lamoriello, international trade adviser for KPMG Peat Marwick, the worldwide accounting and business advisory firm.
 Lamoriello advises on international trade policy issues and business developments related to Mexico, Latin America, the European Community and Eastern Europe. Before joining the firm, she spent seven years in the International Economic Policy Unit of the International Trade Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce, where she last served as director of EC internal market affairs. She also served as a key advisor with Commerce on the impact of U.S. regional and multilateral trade initiatives; for example, U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement and the Uruguay Round.
 KPMG Peat Marwick provides a full range of services to companies that want to enter the Latin American market or establish relationships with local business partners. Among them: Maquila services to U.S. and international investors through its Maquila practice. The U.S.-Mexico border practice offices offer audit, tax, and management consulting services to companies and investors interested in the Maquila industry. Privatization, transfer pricing and industry economic analysis, as well as tax policy analysis services are offered through the firm's Washington-based Policy Economics Group, which serves foreign governments and business.
 The firm has a particularly strong presence in the Latin America/Caribbean region, with 47 offices in 33 countries, and in Canada where the firm has 76 offices throughout all 10 provinces. Over the last few years, KPMG's Latin American offices have undertaken various projects for government and business in Guatemala, El Salvador, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Chile, Bolivia and Mexico. The projects have included joint venture assistance, market entry strategies, investment reviews, overall market analysis, acquisition and investment advice as well as privatizations.
 CONTACT: Francine Lamoriello of KPMG Peat Marwick, 202-467-3027.
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