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Brexit not affecting trade financing

Brexit not affecting trade financing

Even as international and domestic markets adjust to major global changes – like Brexit, a new US administration, a high foreign exchange, and a rise in US interest rates – trade financing is expected to…

Homestead super-strength fertilizer plant due back on line

Homestead super-strength fertilizer plant due back on line

The City of Homestead’s composting facility, which turns the city’s bio-solid waste into super-strength fertilizer, is expected to come back online within the next four months after a year-long pause in operations to sort out…

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Gambling giant Genting wins Miami-Dade joint development

Gambling giant Genting wins Miami-Dade joint development

Miami-Dade’s County Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved joint development at the Omni bus terminal with access to the Adrienne Arsht Center Metromover station for Resorts…

PortMiami traffic with Asia rises 11%

PortMiami traffic with Asia rises 11%

PortMiami, which was dredged to 50 feet last year in anticipation of a widened Panama Canal, can now welcome up to six Post-Panamax vessels a…

All-cash real estate deals on the decline in Miami

All-cash real estate deals on the decline in Miami

All-cash real estate deals are on the decline, and observers cite various reasons. “We’ve moved beyond being an REO market,” said Michael Pappas, president of…

Stocks’ Trump bump still depends on Washington

Stocks’ Trump bump still depends on Washington

In what’s being called the “Trump bump,” the stock market has been on a run since the Nov. 8 election. In January, the Dow Jones…

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Opinion

Businesses need confidence, coordination to boost growth

Businesses need confidence, coordination to boost growth

“Are we in a recession?”A prominent banker asked me that question last week. It got my attention, because it hadn’t been on my radar.The reply is that locally we aren’t in recession and aren’t likely to be, barring major global or national changes. National, state and local economies are still expanding.On the other hand, Miami-Dade faces a confidence gap – and timidity acts like an anchor on growth.Further, we have at hand in Miami-Dade a remedy for slow growth –…

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Martin Pinilla II: Realty investor give urban neighborhoods ‘some love’

Martin Pinilla II: Realty investor give urban neighborhoods ‘some love’

Martin Pinilla II is co-founder and co-managing partner of Barlington Group, a Miami-based real estate investment and development company that he said is committed to revitalizing emerging neighborhoods in Miami’s urban core.In 2002, Mr. Pinilla began investing in small-scale residential properties in Little Havana and as a commercial real estate broker. Two years later, he met Bill Fuller, one of the owners of the Ball & Chain, a bar/lounge on Southwest Eighth Street, as each was independently investing in the…

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Real Estate

All-cash real estate deals on the decline in Miami

All-cash real estate deals on the decline in Miami

All-cash real estate deals are on the decline, and observers cite various reasons. “We’ve moved beyond being an REO market,” said Michael Pappas, president of The Keyes Co., referring to a market dominated by investors…

Government

Gambling giant Genting wins Miami-Dade joint development

Gambling giant Genting wins Miami-Dade joint development

Miami-Dade’s County Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved joint development at the Omni bus terminal with access to the Adrienne Arsht Center Metromover station for Resorts World Miami LLC, which is planning a 300-room hotel over…

Business & Finance

Stocks’ Trump bump still depends on Washington

Stocks’ Trump bump still depends on Washington

In what’s being called the “Trump bump,” the stock market has been on a run since the Nov. 8 election. In January, the Dow Jones industrial average surpassed 20,000 points for the first time; it…

Communities

Solutions offered to Brickell Bridge traffic woes

Solutions offered to Brickell Bridge traffic woes

Frustrated by what it says are illegal openings of the Brickell Bridge that paralyze downtown, Miami’s Downtown Development Authority has petitioned the Florida Department of Transportation and the US Coast Guard to extend the hours…

Arts & Culture

Miami Music Project launches boot camp

Miami Music Project launches boot camp

The Miami Music Project, which uses music as an instrument for social transformation, has launched a boot camp and is accepting applications to its summer camp to complement its four existing programs that most participants…

Education

Wolfsonian-FIU takes first step to build expansion

Wolfsonian-FIU takes first step to build expansion

The Wolfsonian-FIU has issued an Invitation to Negotiate, or ITN, for the ground lease of two Miami Beach properties – The Annex, 1538 Lenox Ave., and a nearby surface parking lot at 1500 Lenox Ave.…

Healthcare

Lessons of Zika virus heeded as mosquito season looms

Lessons of Zika virus heeded as mosquito season looms

Though last year’s Zika virus scare did lead to some meeting and convention cancellations, 2016 tourism numbers for the county were once again the highest in recent years, says William D. Talbert III, president &…

Transportation

PortMiami traffic with Asia rises 11%

PortMiami traffic with Asia rises 11%

PortMiami, which was dredged to 50 feet last year in anticipation of a widened Panama Canal, can now welcome up to six Post-Panamax vessels a week, which has translated into an uptick in the port’s…

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