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Front Page » 2005 » June (Page 3)

Man Power Shortage Causes Delays Bloats Cost For Construction Projects

A manpower deficit created by South Florida's building frenzy is bloating construction costs and causing project delays, industry insiders said.…

Vice Filming Impact Put At 25 Million

The filming of "Miami Vice," under way this week on Miami Beach, could bring an estimated $25 million to $30 million and hundreds of temporary jobs to Miami-Dade County's economy.…

Florida Takes Aim To Lead Nation In Life Sciences Industries

When companies think of locales with established life science industries, Florida doesn't immediately come to mind. Greater Philadelphia, Boston, the San Francisco Bay Area and Raleigh/Durham boast the country's most…

Largest Jet Has Miami On Its Radar

The world's largest passenger jet could land in Miami as early as 2008. …

A Chinese Enclave Called Pivotal To Far East Trade

Establishing a Chinese enclave in Miami-Dade County is imperative to building an Asian community and generating trade with the Far East, says County Commissioner Jose "Pepe" Diaz.…

High Courts Land Ruling May Have Local Impact

Local development officials see last week's US Supreme Court ruling …

Fencing Championships Could Bring 7500 Families Here For 10day Stays

The Miami-Dade County Sports Commission has tentative approval to host the 2007 US Fencing Association national championships, which could bring 7,500 fencers and their families to Miami Beach for about…

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