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Robert Manogue is the Director of the Office of Bilateral Trade Affairs in the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs. Before joining BTA, Mr. Manogue served in the Economic Section in Embassy Bogota, where he worked on trade issues such as the free trade agreement between the United States and Colombia. He also served in the Economic Section of Embassy Lima, working on macroeconomic and money laundering issues. From 1998 to 2005, Mr. Manogue served as an action officer in the Bureau, working extensively with the U.S. Congress to pass the Chile and Central American free trade agreements and enhance unilateral preference programs. Prior to joining the State Department, Mr. Manogue worked as an international economist at the Commerce Department. Before entering government service, he worked for Bankers Trust Company and the fashion company Perry Ellis, both in New York. Mr. Manogue holds a BA from St. Lawrence University and an MA from the University of Chicago.
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