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There's a way to clean up the Brexit mess, but there's only one person in the United Kingdom with the power to do it.


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There's a way to clean up the Brexit mess, but there's only one person in the United Kingdom with the power to do it.

Foreign Trade

Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Foreign Trade articles below.


Royal Prerogative

There's a way to clean up the Brexit mess, but there's only one person in the United Kingdom with the power to do it.

Two-Way Street

Free trade agreements help the United States hold its lead as a top destination for foreign direct investment.

Business Facilities LiveXchange Announces 2016 Keynote Panel

A dynamic panel of speakers has been assembled to present the Keynote at the 12th annual Business Facilities LiveXchange, April 17-19, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Feature Story: A Rising Star In The Southwest

Whether it’s cutting taxes 24 times while turning a huge deficit into a surplus or guaranteeing an adequate supply of water in the worst drought in history, New Mexico has a plan that works.

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Location Spotlight: Ohio Electric Cooperatives

Ohio consistently ranks as one of the top U.S. destinations for new corporate facilities, meaning prime sites are quickly snapped up. Economic development officials and private developers are working cooperatively to ensure the pipeline of immediately-developable sites stays full with diverse location opportunities.

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Georgia Ports Authority: Garden City Terminal Expansion

At 1,200 acres, the Port of Savannah’s Garden City Terminal is North America’s largest single container terminal. Over the next decade, Georgia Ports Authority plans to expand the Port of Savannah’s annual capacity by 45 percent — from 5.5 million twenty-foot equivalent units to 8 million TEUs per year. Learn more.