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Asia America Initiative average salary is $468,000, median salary is $468,000 with a salary range from $468,000 to $468,000.
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Pdr Technician 468,000-468,000 Vallejo, CA, 94589 2016 Asia America Initiative Pdr Technician Salaries (1)
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  • ASIA AMERICA INITIATIVE
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Washington D.C., DC
  • The AAI provides comprehensive strategic analysis to policy makers and the public through publications and participation in public forums. In May 2005, AAI Director Al Santoli participated in conferences on the strategic challenges posed by China hosted by the Hudson Institute and the International Assessment and Strategy Center.