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ENG: Suresh Kumar (born February 1955) was appointed the Assistant Commerce Secretary for Trade Promotion and Director-General of the U.S. Foreign Commercial Service by President Barack Obama on February 12, 2010. Early life and Education Suresh Kumar was born in Secunderabad, India. His father was an Army Officer and his mother a musician. He spent the early part childhood in Delhi, where he attended Delhi’s St. Columba's School. He obtained a bachelors degree in Economics from Delhi University, an MBA from Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, and is an alumnus of the Thunderbird International Consortium Program. Between 1970 and 1985 Kumar was news and sports anchor on national television in India. Currently, Kumar and his wife split their time between their ...
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CBI Polymers LLC, Sopogy Inc., win federal export awards


CBI Polymers LLC and Sopogy Inc., have been selected for the U.S. Department of Commerce Export Achievement Award from the International Trade Administration for exporting into new foreign markets, federal officials said Thursday. Suresh Kumar, assistant secretary of commerce for trade promotion and director general of the U.S. and foreign commercial service, and Hawaii Lt. Gov. Brian Schatz will present the companies with the award on Aug. 1 at the East-West Center. CBI Polymers was selected because they used the U.S. Commercial Service to help Hungary respond to its recent chemical ...


CBI POLYMERS RECEIVES EXPORT AWARD FROM THE U.S. ...


... DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE CBI Polymers Inc., received an export achievement award from the U.S. Department of Commerce on August 1, 2011 for its philanthropic work to provide aid in the clean-up efforts of Hungary’s toxic mud spill last year and the more recent nuclear catastrophe in Japan. Presented by Suresh Kumar, Assistant Secretary for Trade Promotion and Director General of the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service, the award recognized CBI Polymers for its accomplishments in the global marketplace. “With 95% of the world’s consumers outside the United States, the ...


Commerce official: Economic rebound lies within heartland


Exporting American-made products is the key to economic success and job creation, and it must start in South Dakota and rural America, a federal trade official said Wednesday at the South Dakota Great Plains International Trade Association Export Forum. South Dakota's exports are growing at a faster rate than the rest of the country, but the state can do better, Suresh Kumar said in his keynote address. Kumar is assistant secretary of commerce for trade promotion and director general for the U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service at the U.S. Department of Commerce. By Sarah ...


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