Dear Ron - Thanks For The Encryption Export To Red China

CHINESE LONG MARCH & CSS ICBM


MOTOROLA
Gary L. Tooker
Vice Chairman of the Board

Chief Executive Officer

July 5, 1995

The Honorable Ronald H. Brown
Secretary
U.S. Department of Commerce
14th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20230

Dear Secretary Brown:

I am writing to thank you and some key members of the Commerce
Department for your assistance in obtaining the Presidential
waiver for encryption export sales to China.  Motorola was
facing a contract deadline and a potentially long-term loss of a
major market when we requested urgent help to expedite our
pending waiver request. Fortunately, Maureen Tucker and Sue
Eckert, of the Bureau of Export Administration, were responsive
to our request and helped work-out the complicated details of
this issue.  These individuals are the front line in responding
to industry's efforts to ensure a level playing field when
exports are subjected to national security controls, and they
should be commended.

The outcome of this waiver is good both for U.S. economic
security as well as our broader national security interests.
Losing sales to companies located in Europe and Japan would have
been a double loss, averted only by the President's action to
waive the sanctions.

Again, thank you for helping ensure that America stays
competitive in the global marketplace.

Sincerely,

Gary Tooker

Motorola Inc. , Corporate Offices

1303 E. Algonquin Road, Schaumburg, IL 60196-1065 (708)
576-7500 - FAX: (708) 576-9175


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