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Front Page » 2004 » September (Page 6)

Chinese Companies Look To Move Into Miami

Up to 20 Chinese companies are looking to establish a Miami base in the next few months following a series of trade visits, according to the county's International Trade Commission.…

Fiu To Work With Chinese On Hospitality School

The Chinese government - through its local representatives in Tianjin, the Republic of China's third-largest city - has approved a budget of up to $25 million for development of a…

Dwindling Donations Lead Ballet Company To Slash Budget

Faced with a substantial shortfall in contributions, the Miami City Ballet has cut its budget for the season by more than $600,000.…

County To Shuffle Duties As Part Of Master Plan

Miami-Dade County government's departments will rearrange operations to meet the goals of the county's first strategic plan, released Tuesday.…

Calendar Of Events Dance

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Calendar Of Events Government

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Plans Heat Up For Development At Opalocka

Developers of commercial projects proposed for Opa-locka Airport, one of the county's five general aviation sites, await local and federal approvals before they can begin operations.…

Calendar Of Events Music

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Watson Island Project Awaits Permits Financing

Development of a planned resort on Watson Island is awaiting marina permits, financing and hotel operators.…

Miami Airport Gets 101 Million Payment Toward New Terminal

Another failed attempt to redevelop Homestead Sports Complex has left city officials searching for a buyer or tenant for the complex built in 1991 but damaged the following year by…

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