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Strategies for Achieving U.S. Objectives in Science and Technology Relations with Japan:: REPORT OF A WORKSHOP Appendix A Agenda and Roster WORKSHOP ON U.S. OBJECTIVES IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: RELATIONS WITH JAPAN: KEY ISSUES AND STRATEGIC OPTIONS National Research Council - Committee on Japan March 15, 1996 - National Academy of Sciences Foundry Building - Room 2004 1055 Thomas Jefferson St., Washington, D.C. 9:00 AM Chairman's Opening Remarks: Richard Samuels, MIT Current Pressing Issues 10:30 Priorities for U.S. Government Framing Comments: Anne Solomon, State Dept. Noon Working Lunch with John Gibbons, OSTP 1:30 PM Priorities for JHLAP and the Private Sector Framing Comments: Norman Neureiter, TI 3:00 Elements of a Long-Term U.S. Strategy Framing Comments: Richard Samuels, MIT 4:30 Wrap-Up Discussion 5:00 PM Adjourn
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