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Redefining the Boundaries of Trade

For reciprocity, she stated there wis no need for a building or even an office. The General Assembly played an important role in fostering reciprocity as it was easier to help someone with a face rather than answer a query of an unidentifiable name She further mentioned that reciprocity was the key tool for selling membership for every WTC organisation and that many WTCs survived only by getting income from members But she also cautioned that reciprocity ought to be genuine Secondly, she said that there ought to be a programme reciprocity. For instance, she said that WTC could help in the organising of speakers from qther areas to make their programmes more interesting. She cited the example of WTC London which organised a lunch addressed by the Japanese ambassador which was organised by WTC Japan So also she urged that WTC work in conjunction to provide suitable topics for seminars lastly, she emphasised that reciprocity was the "raisoh d'etre" of the WTCA and that it was the duty of WTC to be a kind or "swap shop" for trade deals, trade opportunities and Trade information.

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