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Washington Agenda-General

By United Press International
Jorge Ramos

Jorge Paulo Ramos, most known as Jorge Ramos, is a sport marketing and institutional communication specialist, with a multidisciplinary background and large expertise in the creation and implementation of new concepts in TV, video and other electronic media segments.

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Ramos has a B.A. in Physical Education (1962) and lives in Rio and New York since 1987.

Since 2005, Mr. Ramos concentrates his efforts on Virtual Promotions Ltd, the company contracted with FISU–the International University Sports Federation and owner of the exclusive rights for the creation, implementation and marketing of the FISU Web Games, an exclusive and unprecedented entrepreneurship entitled to organize international online official championships among the 130 millions university students worldwide community.

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