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Dutch and Flanders leaders, mission to Atlanta

They may not be the biggest international news made in Atlanta this week, but just like the negotiators who came here for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, these two government officials had a trade mission. 478 more words


Ethiopia's prime minister has been re-elected with 100% of the vote

With 100% of votes in parliament, Ethiopian prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn has been re-elected to a second term. But Hailemariam’s sweeping win isn’t so much a vote of confidence as another example of how… 210 more words

Gradschool Life #2 : Economic Developer in Tourism (In the Making)

Day 38 in Boston. Still survive biking to campus lately even though weather gets colder and naturally it makes me cook any Indonesian fried warm food lately. 1,327 more words

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Employers: Get State Money for Job Training

Are you a new or existing businesses in Greater Minnesota? Will you be adding at least three new jobs? Do you need to provide training to those new employees? 264 more words

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Maine food industry contributes approximately 9.7% of Maine’s economy. Total direct impact of our food industry of about $1.7 billion equals about 3.5% Maine’s $48.9 billion in total personal income (1). 378 more words

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An inside look at the Ice Blocks Project development on R Street

Even though it won’t be completed for another year, the Ice Blocks Project has already begun signing office and retail tenants to the 200,000 square-foot mixed-use buildings on R Street between 16th and 18th Streets. 106 more words


Reports: Deal reached on Trans-Pacific Partnership

Representatives from a dozen nations have reached a deal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a landmark trade agreement authored to govern commerce in a zone covering 40 percent of the world’s economy, according to multiple published reports. 325 more words