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Brexit not affecting trade financing

Even as international and domestic markets adjust to major global changes – like Brexit, a new US administration, a high foreign exchange, and a rise in US interest rates – trade financing is expected to stay…

The Miami River Commission, a group that serves as the voice for various business and environmental interests associated with the Miami River, released its first economic report in a decade.…

Uschile Trade Talks Here Praised Next Stop Santiago

Last week's US-Chile Free Trade talks in Miami gave way to a fourth round of negotiations to take place in May in Santiago, officers of the US Trade Representative said…

Chamber Team To Seek Rootserver To Boost Hightech Here

The Internet and e-commerce group at the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is looking for the next step in South Florida's quest to become a mecca for high-tech development.…

Miami To Hold First Film Trade Show As Hemispheric Hub

Miami will play host to its first film trade show this summer, an effort the city hopes will position it as a hub for Latin American and Caribbean films, event…

Miami Beach Lobbyists Come Under Fire From Mayor

Lobbyists are taking aim at Miami Beach city officials to champion clients who hope to land millions in contracts — and some city officials are aiming back at lobbyists.…

Miami One Project Heading Back To Drawing Boards

Miami One Centre, master developers and landowners of 9 acres near the mouth of the Miami River, wants the city to throw out the mixed-use project permit it won approval…

Miami Beach Reconsiders Role In Countys Tourist Tax And Its Use For

Miami Beach officials may change its stand on contributing to the county's bed tax — a move that could derail plans by the City of Miami and Miami-Dade to build…

Indefinite Securities Extension Keeps Bankers Happy

Much of the banking community breathed a sigh of relief March 16 when the US Securities & Exchange Commission — the federal agency charged with regulating securities activity — granted…

Bayfront Site Off Brickell Sells For 19 Million

A 2.5-acre bayfront site at Brickell Bay Drive and Southeast 14th Street was sold Monday for $19 million, considered to be one of the highest prices for any land in…

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