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Topic - Francisco Sanchez
"China's biotech sector is growing at roughly 25 percent a year, so it makes sense to bring the products and services of U.S. companies to China to help meet the demand," Mr. Sanchez said. "This sale will not only help an American company prosper and hire more people, but it will also help China benefit from world-class, cutting-edge American technology."
"The U.S.-Iraq bilateral relationship is entering a new phase of commercial engagement," Francisco Sanchez, undersecretary of Commerce, said in statement. "This trade mission will connect American and Iraqi companies in a partnership to rebuild the Iraqi economy."