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Cruise visitor center may open at airport

Cruise visitor center may open at airport

The county may create a cruise visitor center at Miami International Airport, which officials say could add tourism by efficiently processing cruise passengers and luggage directly to PortMiami. The county’s…

Turkish bus manufacturer picks county plant site

Turkish bus manufacturer picks county plant site

A partnership formed to build eco-friendly buses has lined up a Miami-Dade County manufacturing site. Nopetro|OHL, a joint venture of Nopetro and Karsan U.S.A., plans to make cost-efficient buses powered…

As world trade plunges, Miami’s dips

As world trade plunges, Miami’s dips

Due to economic turmoil affecting several key trading partners, international trade has been slow so far this year in the Miami Customs District, which covers airports and seaports from Palm…

Ripples from China’s woes swaying Miami

Ripples from China’s woes swaying Miami

Although Greece’s debt crisis and China’s volatile stock market are phenomena occurring thousands of miles away, Miami’s increasingly global business and financial communities feel the ripple effects of issues toying…

Filming in Miami: August 27, 2015

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

Mega-complex seeks PortMiami land

Mega-complex seeks PortMiami land

A proposal to put a $240 million maritime center – which would include convention space, a hotel, a yacht marina and related facilities – in the southwest corner of PortMiami…

China weakness hurts South America’s growth

China weakness hurts South America’s growth

Miami’s international trade may weaken in coming months due to plummeting commodity prices, which slid to a 13-year-low this month, according to the Bloomberg Commodity index. As of Tuesday, commodities…

Tim Rodgers: Looks at plans for $10 million Wolfsonian expansion

Tim Rodgers: Looks at plans for $10 million Wolfsonian expansion

Tim Rodgers didn’t follow the route he originally planned after receiving his doctorate in art history. He attended graduate school to go into museum work, but professors encouraged him to…

University roadmap should drive straight to Miami’s core

University roadmap should drive straight to Miami’s core

On paper, the University of Miami is now governed by a great new president, Julio Frenk. But then, on paper this season the Miami Marlins were championship contenders. Succeeding off…

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