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Mark Love

Mark Love, Senior Vice President, joined Economic Consulting Services in August 1976, after receiving a Masters Degree in the fields of International Economics and Foreign Policy from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.

Since arriving at ECS, Mr. Love has worked extensively in the areas of international trade and trade policy, and domestic market and industry analysis. Particular product and industry expertise includes agricultural commodities, electronics, textiles and apparel, and fabricated metal products. He has provided economic analysis for many appearances before the International Trade Commission (ITC) and other Executive Branch agencies and before Congressional committees.

Mr. Love has in-depth experience in the conduct of trade litigation involving unfair trade practices. He has been involved in several dozen countervailing duty and antidumping investigations, participating directly in all aspects of the analysis and measurement of subsidy levels and margins of dumping and the analysis of injury to domestic industries. Mr. Love typically oversees work with information subject to disclosure under administrative and judicial protective orders.

In addition to private sector work, Mr. Love was Project Coordinator for major studies completed for the U.S. Department of Commerce examining the feasibility of export trading companies as a vehicle for expanding U.S. exports and the export problems of firms in the U.S. computer, telecommunications equipment, and instrumentation industries.

Prior to graduating with honors from John Hopkins, Mr. Love received his B.A. from Haverford College and attended secondary school in Connecticut. He is married and has three children.

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