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Cincinnati USA Partnership Travels to India

Delegates from the Cincinnati, Ohio, region are in India this week, visiting prospects in Delhi, Mumbai and at the (India Engineering Sourcing Show, to build upon business relationships and ...Full Article

West Virginia sets Export Record Again

In 2012, West Virginia’s exports grew by 25 percent, surpassing the national growth rate of 4.6 percent. The state’s exports reached a record level for the third consecutive year. ...Full Article

Canada Invests in Innovative Auto R&D

The Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State (Science and Technology), was recently at the University of Waterloo to announce funding for new research and development projects that the automotive ...Full Article

Canada’s Shipping Strategy Bolsters Economy

Vancouver, B.C. shipyards. The Harper Government recently announced a series of preliminary contracts valued at a total of $15.7 million for the joint support ships, the CCGS John G. Diefenbaker polar icebreaker ...Full Article

Report Shows Importance of Coal to British Columbia

A PricewaterhouseCoopers economic report finds British Columbia received substantial benefits from coal production. In 2011, the coal industry generated an estimated $3.2 billion in provincial GDP and approximately $715.2 ...Full Article

U.S. Maintains Rank as Foremost Investor in the Netherlands

Despite continuing difficult economic times, the Netherlands remains a powerful magnet for worldwide foreign direct investment, posting impressive results for 2012. The Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency supported the attraction ...Full Article

German-based TIGGES Launches in Greenville County, S.C.

TIGGES USA, LLC, a subsidiary of Wuppertal, Germany-based TIGGES GmbH, will establish its first North American facility at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville ...Full Article

Austrian-based Alpla Chooses Bowling Green, Ky.

The Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce announced today that Alpla, Inc., an Austrian-based plastic packaging company, plans to establish manufacturing operations in Bowling Green, Ky., creating 72 new, ...Full Article

Regulatory Cliff Looms, Deals Slow

According to a recent Deloitte online poll, general uncertainty is the biggest challenge executives expect related to the fiscal cliff in 2013. “Even though markets responded immediately to the ...Full Article

Haier Chooses Savannah, Ga., to Serve Southeast

Port of Savannah Haier America has chosen Georgia as its logistics hub serving the Southeast United States. The company will move 4,500 TEUs a year through the Port of ...Full Article