Invitation.

Volunteers in Technical Assistance VITA at GMUVAX.bitnet
Sun Feb 16 17:42:00 EST 1992


Dear Subscriber,

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entitled "Technology Transfer in International Development," described
below. If you have questions, please address them to me at
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R.R. Ronkin, VITA Volunteer
Volunteers in Technical Assistance
<vita at gmuvax> or <vita at gmuvax.gmu.edu>

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