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Caesars' Loveman Appointed to President's Export Council

Caesars' Loveman Appointed to President's Export Council

Gary Loveman, chairman, president and CEO of Caesars Entertainment Corporation, is bringing his economic expertise to Washington, D.C.

Loveman has been appointed to the President’s Export Council, which provides advice to the White House on strategies to bolster U.S. exports. As the principal national advisory committee on international trade, the President’s Export Council advises the president of government policies and programs that affect U.S. trade performance, promotes export expansion and provides a forum for discussing and resolving trade-related problems among the business, industrial, agricultural, labor and government sectors.

Loveman joins a distinguished list of experts on the Export Council, including five U.S. senators, five congressmen and 28 private-sector leaders; the secretaries of commerce, agriculture, energy, homeland security, labor, state and treasury; the chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the U.S., the U.S. trade representative; and the administrator of the Small Business Administration.

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