List of World Trade Centers

List Of World Trade Centers

A World Trade Center (also World Trade Centre or WTC) is a building or complex of buildings established and effectively operated by the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) as an instrument for trade expansion. The WTCA represents 317 members in 91 countries. Founded in 1970, it is an unofficial umbrella trade association that unites corporations and government agencies in international trade. A World Trade Center puts all the services associated with global commerce under one roof to foster networking processes among corporations and governments. WTCA President Guy F. Tozzoli describes a World Trade Center as "a business shopping center, complementing and supporting the existing services of private and government agencies."

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