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April 2014
 
A Message From The Chairman
 
The IET Committee is alive and well and meets by telephone at least twice per month. We are aware that our visibility is low at present but we are doing groundwork so that the IET becomes more meaningful and valuable to engineers in Germany. All the committee members see it as a point of honour to see it become successful but we realise that it will take time to do that. We hope that the IET members will be patient and support us when our endeavours start to bear fruit.

Best regards,




Alistair Gill
 

To find out about the members of the IET Provisional Committee 2014 in Germany please read this...
 

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