"Walid Farhoud, English-Arabic Dictionary of Legal Terms Used in US Courts"
Recognized role: "recently published a glossary of legal terminology and vocabulary used in the courts of the United States" read the article (Arabic)...
"Iraqi boy charms as he heals"
Recognized role: "Ali Mousa Souad, 8, listens to Walid Farhoud's translation of a reporter's question for him and waits for his father, Mousa Souad, at left to answer for him." read the article...
"Who's who in international trade"
Recognized role: "set up channels for marketing and product distribution of U.S. products to the Middle Eastern countries." read the article...
"A young Arab businessman opens the Arab markets for U.S. technology"
Recognized role: "known in Washington as one of the prominant specialists
in his area of expertise which qualified him to present important lectures
at the U.S. higher education institutions and in hosting radio and television
programs in order to shed the light on issues of the Middle East. U.S.
companies also present to his desk all recent technology available in
the U.S. for evaluation and for opening the doors of the Arab area for
"Cashing in on the Middle East takes proper understanding"
Recognized role: "once a negotiation has begun, immediate results should
not be expected. Arab and Turkish businessmen like to take their time
in making decisions and are put off by the common U.S. practice of pushing
for a quick close to the deal." read the article...
"Throw out the old rules in marketing to Mideast"
Recognized role: "forging effective business partnerships with the Middle Eastern companies requires American business to be sensitive to a whole range of cultural, religious, political and economic conditions." read the article...
"An Arab-American view" "This is not a case of Arabs and Americans fighting with each other,
but a fight between two polictal dogmas."