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FYI Miami: April 30, 2015

CARGO SURGE: PortMiami container volume grew in double digits in March and 12% for the first six months of fiscal 2015. Port officials cited 84,000 units equivalent to a 20-foot container in March, compared to 73,000…

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BATTER UP: A developer who used to play ball on the lot where he is building hopes to break ground on a five-story condominium this summer. Adding…

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EASY RYDER: Ryder System is taking its time searching for a new home, says spokesman David Bruce. The Doral-based transportation management company announced in November it would…

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MANAGING RISK: The City of Miami dismissed Mario Soldevilla, head of Risk Management, one of the most controversial departments in the city for the past 15 years.…

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BEACON POINT: The Beacon Council reported Dunedain Multimedia, a multimedia service firm promoters say offers three "innovative customizable products," is relocating to Miami-Dade County from Toronto, where…

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TRADE TALK UPDATE: The 10th trade negotiating round between the US and Chile aimed at creating a bilateral free trade agreement took place in Santiago last week.…

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EXPO IN NAME: Miami city commissioners are expected to discuss today (1/24) renaming the Coconut Grove Convention Center the Coconut Grove Expo Center in an effort to…

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ITEM DELAY: Miami commissioners delayed discussion of a tax exemption program for developers and owners building or expanding businesses in some of Miami's underdeveloped areas. City Manager…

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GENERAL SALE: General Real Estate Corp. announced it has sold 30% of units at its newest single-family home development, Renaissance Estates II in West Kendall. The 68-home…

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MEXICAN CONSULATE: The Consulate General of Mexico has opened in new quarters at 5975 SW 72nd St., South Miami. Consulate officials said they moved to be in…

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