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What does CSI stand for?

CSI stands for Coalition of Service Industries

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Prior to joining AIA, Simchak was the program director of the Coalition of Service Industries (CSI), where he managed CSI's involvement with the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations, the International Services Agreement talks, and bilateral engagement with the European Union, China, India and other countries.
Along with other prominent members of the financial services community, Harry conceived of the Coalition of Service Industries to promote the contributions of the service sector to the U.
American Chamber of Commerce in Japan American Council of Life Insurers Americas Health Insurance Plans American Insurance Association Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association Coalition of Service Industries Comite Europeen des Assurances (Association of European Insurers and Reinsurers) European Business Council in Japan Foreign Non Life Insurance Association of Japan Property Casualty Insurance Association of America U.
We have said flat out that there will be no deal without a solid result on services which would result in new market opportunities, but we believe that a positive outcome is still achievable," he told a coalition of service industries meeting in Washington.
At present, China's insurance regulations impose capital and solvency requirements that go far beyond normal prudential concerns, and constitute prohibitive barriers to market entry and expansion," Robert Vastine, president of the Coalition of Service Industries, recently told the Trade Policy Staff Committee of the Office of the United States Trade Representative.
The IIC's latest efforts came in May, when the organization, along with the American Insurance Association, the American Council of Life Insurers, the Coalition of Service Industries, the Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers and the Reinsurance Association of America, developed a list of negotiating objectives for the U.