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March 19, 2009 

2009 Americas Annual Letter of Credit Survey Conference to be Held Next Week in Charlotte

For those exporters and others interested in letters of credit issues it is not too late to register for next week's 2009 Americas Annual Letter of Credit Survey conference that will be held March 26 and 27, 2009 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The Annual Letter of Credit Survey is the premier letter of credit event in the U.S. The conference will be attended by bankers, exporters, lawyers, carriers, forwarders, etc. from around the U.S.

During the conference, speakers will discuss the leading U.S. and foreign reported LC court cases, regulatory issues and what is going on around the world in LCs.

The conference also provides a useful forum for the exchange of practical information and views on LCs.

The flyer for the program can be found here (pdf). Click here for more information and to register for the program.

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