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ICANN利益相关方季报—注册参加2014年11月20日举行的本财年第一季度电话会议

ICANN在洛杉矶会议上宣布将设立并定期举行利益相关方季度报告电话会议,以根据组织战略和运营规划来分享工作进度。

2015财年第一季度截至9月30日,本季电话会议将于世界协调时11月20日16:00-17:30时面向包括媒体同仁的所有人士召开。

重要信息:如何参加11月20日的电话会议

请点击此处表明您的参会意向,获取有关11月20日电话会议的参与详情。

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10分钟 总裁概述
10分钟 政策动态
10分钟 政策执行
10分钟 运营动态
5分钟 财务动态
30分钟 问答环节

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