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ATO

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Australian Tax Office
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The USDA Agricultural Trade Office or ATO in Osaka hereinafter referred to as "Post" reports that Japan is one of the most exciting markets in the world for U.S.
Many have since wondered about the idea of a smaller AIT work force necessitating a facility, however what visitors to the current office do not realize is that the new complex will house all departments that were previously situated in other locations, including the Agricultural Section, Agricultural Trade Office, the Chinese Language and Area Studies School, Commerce Section and Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
Regional Director of the Agricultural Trade Office of the US Consulate, Jude Akhidenor said: "US exports of food and agriculture to the GCC have grown from $839 million in 2000 to over $2.7 billion in 2012." Highlighting the value of the Middle East market to Argentina, Ruben Caro, Argentina's Ambassador to the UAE, said: "The value of global food and beverage exports from Argentina increased by 13.5 per cent from 2003 to 2011, reaching a total of $26.4 billion in 2011."
At that time, the USDA Agricultural Trade Office (ATO) in Russia and the Almond Board of California worked together to organize a series of technical conferences and events that promoted California almonds to the Russian confectionery industry.
The award was presented by Jude Akhidenor, regional director of the agricultural trade office of the US Consulate in Dubai and Rod Wiles, the director of the American Hardwood Export Council for Africa, the Middle East, India, and Oceania.
The TSC American Week was organised in cooperation with the US Embassy, US Agricultural Trade Office in Dubai and Delta Airlines.
The Sultan Center (TSC) in Qurm held a weeklong 'American Week' in association with the Embassy of United States of America in Oman, US Agricultural Trade Office in Dubai and Delta Airlines last week.
That booming Chinese frozen food industry is looking for more imported ingredients, according to a report issued July 19 by Ralph Bean of the US Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) Agricultural Trade Office (ATO) in Beijing, which put volume at 500,000 tons a year, valued at nearly $1 billion.

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