Foreword of My New Book “AS I SEE IT” By Claudia Fritsche

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Illustration by the cartoonist David Clark

H.E. Claudia Fritsche

Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary

Washington D.C.

When I met Prof. Michael Czinkota in 2003, it had been less than 2 years since I had the privilege to establish the Liechtenstein Embassy in Washington. He immediately was very generous in offering to share his knowledge and experience. Since the field of economics is not my expertise, I was immensely grateful for his support in not only raising the profile of the Embassy but also helping me become acquainted with the many nuances and layers of the U.S. economy and its global impact. Since Prof. Czinkota was born and raised in Germany and was partly educated in an Austrian school very close to Liechtenstein, he is familiar with my country, with its history, its economic system as well as the trans-Atlantic cultural differences, therefore able to understand how the U.S. economy is viewed even from the perspective of a small country. Professor Czinkota further broadened his engagement with my country by teaching at the University of Liechtenstein.

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Distinguished Guest Speaker from the Embassy of the Principality of Liechtenstein

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On April 11, our class got the pleasure of having a distinguished guest speaker -Her Excellency Claudia Fritsche, Ambassador of the Principality of Liechtenstein to The United States .

Madam Ambassador addressed current international economic issues and presented the position of the Principality of Liechtenstein regarding politico-economic changes in the international environment.

We are very grateful for the inspiring thoughts and valuable experiences she shared with us.

 

 

Distinguished Guest Speaker from the World Bank

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On February 18th, our class got the pleasure of having a distinguished guest speaker Ms. Anabel Gonzalez, Senior Director of  World Bank Group Global Practice on Trade and Competitiveness . We are very grateful for the inspiring thoughts and valuable experiences she shared with us.