Sofa Agreement With Kuwait

The United States signed trade and investment framework agreements in 2004 with Kuwait and the Gulf Cooperation Council, of which Kuwait is a member, in 2012, which provides a forum for resolving reciprocal trade problems and economic reforms.  The United States is a leading supplier of goods and services to Kuwait, and Kuwait is one of the largest U.S. markets in the Middle East.  While price competition can be a challenge, U.S. companies have a competitive advantage in providing advanced technologies, including petroleum equipment and services, electricity generation and distribution, telecommunications systems, automotive, some other consumer goods and military equipment. KBRwyle is the global business of Government Services of KBR, Inc., a global provider of differentiated professional services and technologies on the global lifecycle and lifecycle of programs in the hydrocarbon and administrative services sectors. Orbital ATK is a global leader in aerospace and defense technologies. Orbital ATK designs, builds and supplies space, defense and aerospace systems to customers around the world, both as a primary contractor and as a distributor. The main products are the associated launchers and propulsion systems; Satellites and associated components and services; Composite aerospace structures; tactical missiles, subsystems and electronic defence missiles; Precision weapons, weapons systems and ammunition. Headquartered in Dulles, Virginia, Orbital ATK employs approximately 13,000 people in the United States and several international locations. Dave is senior Legal Counsel at KBRwyle, the global Government Services company of KBR, Inc., KBRwyle offers a full range of engineering and logistics skills, including engineering and mission operations, program and acquisition management, public health care security solutions, information technology, science, testing and evaluation, and training. As a transaction lawyer, Dave is involved in all stages of the procurement process for his divisions, from education to administration, to federal government contracts and subcontracting, and outsourcing, both domestically and internationally.

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