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                     Guest For  MONDAY AUGUST 10, 2009

                                           (Originally aired 03-14-85)

                    AMBASSADOR RICHARD W. PETREE



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                  United States-Japan Foundation

                                        (1st 1/2 hour)


                              MAMORU  TABUCHI



                    Mitsui USA & Company Incorporated         


The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OT8uvqz8x4w - RICHARD W. PETREE - MAMORU  TABUCHI



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PETREE, Richard W. Amb.
b. 1924, US citizen
Two Stoneleigh Plaza
Apartment 2H
Bronxville, NY 10708
TEL: (914) 779-9397
FAX: (914) 779-9397
Japan-America societies
Japanese academic institutions in US
history of trade unions; history of US-Japan relations; political and diplomatic history; Post-World War II
defense cooperation; domestic politics; political change and domestic conflict; political institutions; political participation, public opinion; social and political change; US, Japan and the UN; US policy affecting Japan-US relations
President, US-Japan Foundation, 1981-88; Ambassador, Deputy US Permanent Representative to UN for Security and Political Affairs, 1976-81; Intelligence Research, Japan Desk, US Department of State, 1950-57, 1963-67.
IN JAPAN: 1957-63, 1972-76 - foreign service; repeated brief trips.


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Foundation News

The Foundation's deadline for Spring 2009 letters of inquiry is December 15, 2008.

The Foundation annouces the 2008 Elgin Heinz Award recipients. link here

The Foundation awarded Mr. Tadashi Yamamoto with its third Distinguished Service Award. link here

The Foundation presented Mr. Yohei Sasakawa with a Resolution at its Board Meeting in April 2008. link here

The Foundation announces grants awarded in April 2008. link here

annual reportOur annual reports are available here: link here

The United States-Japan Foundation is committed to promoting stronger ties between Americans and Japanese by supporting projects that foster mutual knowledge and education, deepen understanding, create effective channels of communication, and address common concerns in an increasingly interdependent world.

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Mamoru Tabuchi

Mamoru Tabuchi, who recently left New York for Tokyo after serving five years as president of Mitsui & Company (U.S.A.) Inc. put it this way: ''We have learned so much from the United States. Now we have the reverse situation. Americans can learn from us.''


Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc.

Incorporated in the state of New York in 1966, Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc. (Mitsui USA) is engaged in business investment, project development and management, and capital goods leasing and technology transfer, in addition to traditional businesses of a Sogo Shosha (general trading company) such as import, export, off-shore trade and domestic wholesale.

Mitsui USA has 10 operating divisions including: Iron & Steel Products, Energy & Mineral Resources, Infrastructure Projects, Machinery, Consumer Service & IT Business, Organic Chemicals, Plastics & Inorganic Chemicals, Foods & Retail, Transportation Logistics, and Financial Markets Business. The Company maintains 11 offices, with a head office in New York City and others in Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Nashville, San Francisco, Seattle, Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C., and has nearly 70 group companies in various industries across the U.S.

Mitsui USA’s strategy is to create and operate platform group companies in specific industries to expand existent and new core businesses, efficiently supported by in-house service capabilities in information and research, financial arrangements, risk management, and transportation logistics.

With a distinct strength of comprehensive business engineering, Mitsui USA, “Your Global Business Partner®,” tailors innovative value-chain business models to best support its clients’ current and future needs, such as domestic and global marketing, trade facilitation, project development and management, and planning and implementation of SCM (Supply Chain Management) and DCM (Demand Chain Management).

Mitsui USA is committed to sustainable growth and good corporate citizenship. Reflecting Mitsui & Co.’s management philosophy, the Company’s operations are guided by its distinctive CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) policy, which emphasizes environmental and social accountability, and respect for stakeholders and the community.

(As of October 2008)

Mitsui USA is the largest wholly-owned subsidiary of Mitsui & Co., Ltd., a diversified global trading, investment, and service enterprise headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Mitsui & Co. maintains a global network of 154 offices in 66 countries, and has 558 subsidiaries and associated companies worldwide.

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