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“Many developing countries simply cannot afford to maintain the level of diplomatic representation that they actually need, due to financial constraints.” He explains. “It is a very expensive undertaking to recruit, train and maintain diplomatic representatives. When countries with limited budgets need to impose cutbacks, their priorities naturally focus on essential first line services at home. Missions abroad take a back seat. The problem with that, as the old saying goes – out of sight; out of mind. “The Commercial Diplomat is an inexpensive, indeed self-financing, solution” This can lead to a downward spiral in which under-represented nations…
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