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Taskforce Bids To Lure Headquarters Of Us Africa Command To County

Members of a public-private taskforce to lure the US Africa Command to Miami-Dade County say they're working to lay groundwork required to house another military command here.…

Miamidade Has Been Central To Relief Efforts In Haiti As Miamibased Shippers Know Haitis Ports Access Points

US relief organizations have turned to Miami-based Haiti shipping companies to get relief goods into Haiti and to kick-start the devastated economy.…

Private Sector Leaders To Push Regional Trade And Commerce At Summit Of Americas

Many in Miami's international business community say they hope to advance free trade talks through private sector forums taking place during next week's fifth Summit of the Americas. …

China Beijing Equity Exchange Opens Latin American Office In Miami

Miami is now home to a global investment platform between China and Latin America. …

Boat Market Dips Merrill Stevens Closes Sales Unit

As pleasure boat sales decline in South Florida, Merrill-Stevens said this week it will close its Fort Lauderdale yacht sales and charter services to focus on a $55 million expansion…

After Tax Victory Miami River Marine Sector Looking Forward

Marine industry advocates hope the City of Miami will be more inclined to protect marine businesses on the Miami River following voter approval of a state constitutional amendment aimed at…

Business Has Slowed Down And Not Picked Up On Miami River Since Summer Maritime Businesses Say

Marine business along the Miami River has slowed since the summer months, a trend not helped by a spate of tropical storms that has hindered freight shipping to Caribbean islands.…

Foreign Bankers Latin American Governments Cautious As Us Market Declines

Foreign bankers in Miami are treading cautiously on US investment given the past week's declines on Wall Street. …

Shipping Companies Finally Seeing Relief For Haiti Shipments

Miami River businesses shipping cargo to Haiti are finally seeing a cutback in time spent clearing customs, a process that almost crippled a once-healthy and vibrant trade to the island…

Seaboard Marine Signs New Lease Plans For Expansion In Miami

Seaboard Marine Ltd., one of the Port of Miami's three terminal operators and shipper of more than half the cargo that leaves the port, expects its new lease agreement with…

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