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Richard A. BOUCHER

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Richard A. BOUCHER

包润石大使于2009年11月5日被任命经济合作与发展组织(简称“经和组织”)副秘书长。其主要职责在于领导推进经和组织的全球关系,包括对外拓展及非成员国的加入等。他同时亦监督机构在反腐败、科学与技术、投资与公司事务及私营部门发展等领域的工作。包润石大使是美国公民,他是外交政策方面的资深官员,曾管理世界范围内的团队、项目及战略,并在与新兴经济体接触方面拥有丰富的经验。在30多年的外交职业生涯中,包润石大使不断接手具有挑战性的任务,并曾在美国驻外事务处担任最高级别职务。2006至2009年,包润石大使曾作为美国负责南亚及中亚事务的助理国务卿,参与了从哈萨克斯坦到印度的区域内部的高级磋商。在此之前,他曾是任职时间最长的负责公共事务的助理国务卿和发言人,在六位国务卿任职期内协助制定美国在世界重要问题上的公共政策。1999年,他担任美国亚太经济合作高级官员,致力于促进更为开放和完善的贸易与投资环境。1993至1999年,他连任美国驻塞浦路斯大使和美国驻香港总领事。包润石大使能够讲流利的法语和汉语,他于塔夫茨大学获得法语和英国文学学士学位,并曾于乔治华盛顿大学进修国际经济学。

Ambassador Richard A. Boucher was appointed Deputy Secretary-General of the OECD in November 5, 2009. Among his responsibilities, he spearheads the Organization’s global relations portfolio, including outreach and accession. He also has oversight of the OECD’s work in anti-corruption, science and technology, investment and corporate affairs and private sector development. Ambassador Boucher, a U.S. national, is a senior foreign policy executive who has managed world-wide teams, programs and strategies and brings extensive experience in emerging economies. Over his thirty-year career in foreign policy, he has consistently had challenging assignments and achieved the highest rank in the United States Foreign Service. From 2006 to 2009, as Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia, Ambassador Boucher was involved in high-level negotiations throughout the region, from Kazakhstan to India. Prior to this, he became the longest-serving Spokesman and Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, crafting the U.S. public approach on critical world issues for six Secretaries of State. In 1999, he served as the U.S. Senior Official for Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation promoting more open trade and an improved investment climate. From 1993 to 1999, he served consecutive terms as the U.S. Ambassador to Cyprus and Consul General in Hong Kong. Ambassador Boucher is fluent in French and Mandarin Chinese. He holds a BA in French and English Literature from Tufts University and undertook further studies in International Economics at George Washington University.