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Nevada Commission on Economic Development Appoints Represent

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Award-Winning Program Works to Bring Foreign Trade and Investments to Silver State

CARSON CITY, Nev., May 12 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Nevada Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki, who chairs the Nevada Commission on Economic Development, announced today that Jeff Bernstein has been appointed to represent Nevada in Shanghai and eastern China as a part of the Commission's award-winning Nevada International Trade Representative Program. With plans just announced to potentially establish "World Trade Center, Las Vegas" and a Chinese-backed wind turbine manufacturing plant in Las Vegas, Bernstein will be a key contact person in facilitating trade agreements between Nevada and China.

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"Jeff brings years of valuable expertise and experience and will be a stellar addition to the international representative team," said Krolicki. "We believe his work in this key geographic location will ultimately pay great dividends to Nevada workers, manufacturers and service providers."

Bernstein, co-founder and managing director of Emerge Logistics in Shanghai, has more than a decade of experience working in China, facilitating exports from the United States to China, and supporting outbound direct investment by Chinese companies. In recognition of his contributions to building closer economic ties between the United States and China, the Shanghai Municipal Government honored Bernstein with the prestigious "Magnolia Award" in 2007.

"Now that southern Nevada is being seen as an international center for business and renewable energy, Jeff'AAAAperience gives the Silver State the opportunity to engage Chinese investors to further open Chinese markets, increasing economic opportunities for Nevada workers and businesses," said Krolicki. "China is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, and we're fortunate to have an experienced representative on the ground working in the best interest of our state."

Two major projects enhancing southern Nevada's reputation as an international business center and leader in renewable energies are "World Trade Center, Las Vegas" and a Chinese-invested wind turbine manufacturing plant. These projects further highlight the need for a Nevada representative in China.

"World Trade Center, Las Vegas" will work to develop a location in the city as a center dedicated to world commerce. Las Vegas is an increasingly important city for international business, mainly because it hosts many conventions and trade shows of global interest. The development of the World Trade Center would boost business travel to the city by signaling to the world that Las Vegas is a business destination as well as a leisure destination.

China-based A-Power Energy Generation Systems Ltd., along with U.S. business partners, is developing a wind turbine manufacturing plant in the Las Vegas area that would employ about 1,000 people. The plant would manufacture and assemble highly advanced wind-energy turbines that would be supplied to renewable energy projects throughout North and South America. The project's partners cited affordable real estate in Nevada, the state's skilled workforce and Nevada's business-friendly climate for their decision to locate the plant in the Silver State.

NCED's International Trade Representative Program has international representative offices around the world that represent the state's economic, trade and investments all at no cost to state taxpayers. Since 2002, the International Trade Representative Program has positioned itself in eight globally significant markets in Asia and Europe.

Currently, there are international trade representatives positioned in northern China, southern China, and Italy with open territories in Japan, Mexico, Singapore and the United Kingdom. To become an international trade representative, candidates must go through an application and review process which includes interviews with NCED commissioners, staff and external companies.

The Nevada Commission on Economic Development is a state agency that provides services, support and assistance to Nevada communities to help them diversify and develop their economies so they remain viable. The NCED is also responsible for the Nevada Film Office, the Office of Protocol, the Procurement Outreach Program, the Nevada Economic Development Fund and the Nevada Community Development Block Grant program. NCED has offices at 808 W. Nye Lane in Carson City and at 555 E. Washington Ave., Suite 5400 in Las Vegas. More information can be accessed at http://www.diversifynevada.com .

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