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September 04, 2007 

Christopher Padilla Nominated to Head International Trade Administration

President Bush today nominated Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration Christopher A. Padilla to be Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade.

Padilla was nominated to replace Franklin Lavin, who recently resigned and
is now serving as Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer of Cushman & Wakefield Investors Asia.

If confirmed, Mr. Padilla would serve as the head of the Commerce Department's International Trade Administration, which includes four units: the Commercial Service, Import Administration, Manufacturing and Services and Market Access and Compliance.

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