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Brazilian plans 200-room hotel on Miami River

A Brazilian businessman plans to build a 200-room hotel on a narrow site on the Miami River where a condo tower had been planned. The mixed-use hotel is planned for 55 SW Miami Avenue Road beside the…

World Trade Center Miami goes regional

World Trade Center Miami goes regional

The World Trade Center Miami, now in its third decade, is looking at new strategies to increase its outreach and further its mission. “Our mission is to increase two-way trade…

Local banks’ loan totals rise, bad loans fall

Local banks’ loan totals rise, bad loans fall

Despite the dramatic swings of late in global stock prices and uncertainty over the effect this will have on US consumer confidence and spending, local bankers are optimistic South Florida’s…

Wealthy Chinese targeting business in Miami

Wealthy Chinese targeting business in Miami

Twenty-two wealthy Chinese art collectors with ties to real estate have expressed interest in visiting Miami this year to explore the city’s business environment and investment opportunities. Invited by Peng…

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…

35 new foreign trade zone hubs likely

35 new foreign trade zone hubs likely

Port officials estimate Prologis, one of the world’s largest industrial property owners, should receive permission in the near future to create a foreign trade zone magnet hub in Northwest Miami-Dade…

Coconut Grove tourism rebounds

Coconut Grove tourism rebounds

Anecdotally, there’s no shortage of tourists stepping off the big red bus touring through Coconut Grove. There’s also no shortage of visitors dining at the Grove’s restaurants, shopping at its…

Niche in container market pays off big

Niche in container market pays off big

A Florida East Coast train arrives at the PortMiami via an on-dock rail connection in the morning, then departs in the afternoon, carrying with it an assortment of commodities that…

PortMiami cargo nears record

PortMiami cargo nears record

Cargo containers entering PortMiami are nearing a record, approaching highs last seen a decade ago. Cranes have unloaded about 740,000 containers from ships this fiscal year, which ends Sept. 30,…

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