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The director is responsible for the overall supervision of the division's activities in accordance with the purposes of Sections 9-15-28 through 9-15-34 NMSA 1978. In addition, the director shall:
A. work with individuals and organizations outside of state government to formulate a trade promotion plan for inclusion in the department's five-year economic development and tourism plan;
B. establish and annually update the New Mexico trade registry of New Mexico businesses and the products and services they offer to consumers;
C. develop and maintain a data base of trade opportunities;
D. work with individuals and organizations outside of state government to promote New Mexico trade; and
E. prepare an annual report on the activities of the division.
No person, firm, corporation, or association shall advertise, solicit, or represent by any means, a product for sale or purchase if it is intended to entice a consumer into a transaction different from that originally represented.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Mexico Statutes Chapter 9. Executive Department § 9-15-31. Director; duties - last updated May 06, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nm/chapter-9-executive-department/nm-st-sect-9-15-31/
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