The International Trade Center of Houston endorses Jim Noteware for Congress
The International Trade Center of Houston (the ITC) endorses Jim Noteware for Congress, Texas 7.
ITC founder and Chairman Wea Lee said: "Jim Noteware is a leader in international trade and has worked with us since our inception fifteen years ago. Jim's insight, energy, and vision has resulted in significant new trade and investment for Houston and for Houston businesses expanding abroad. Jim is a real ambassador for Houston and Texas in expanding our reach around the world."
Mr. Noteware responded, "I am honored to receive this endorsement and more importantly to have facilitated international trade and investment and legal immigration to Houston. Houston is known worldwide for its free-market principles and our ability to attract talent with an awesome entrepreneurial spirit. Houston has the Triple-A success: we ATTRACT people, we ASSIMILATE people and we help ADVANCE people."
In 2007, Governor Rick Perry appointed Mr. Lee to Chair the International Management District of Houston. In March 2017, Mr. Lee hosted Secretary Elaine Chao, his long-time friend from Taiwan, shortly after she was appointed Secretary of Transportation by new President Donald Trump, to kick-off the administration's infrastructure program, at the Port of Beaumont. Mr. Lee and his wife, Catherine, had earned Masters Degrees at Lamar University in Beaumont in 1978.
The ITC serves over 5,000 small and medium-sized businesses in the Houston region as the "first stop" off for investors and entrepreneurs who want to initiate operations in Houston, and as a "launching pad" for Houston companies to expand around the world.
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