Originally posted on Site Selection Magazine
T he Governors of Nebraska and Texas have a few things in common — new terms in office, a commitment to putting veterans to work and another Governor’s Cup to add to their collections.
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Entergy Mississippi’s service area emerged on the map of automotive manufacturing in 2001 when Nissan selected Jackson, Mississippi MSA >> Canton, Mississippi as the home of their new North American manufacturing plant. Located in Entergy Mississippi, Inc.’s service territory, the original equipment manufacturer was a game-changing project that ushered Mississippi …
As a young congressional aide working on Capitol Hill in 1993, I watched Ross Perot and Vice President Al Gore on Larry King Live debating the risks and merits of a North American Free Trade Agreement. Not long thereafter, NAFTA was approved by Congress and phased in accordingly.
Little did we …
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Originally posted on The Acadiana Advocate
L ouisiana economic development officials have certified a 45-acre site along Interstate 49 in Opelousas in a move expected to help attract businesses and industry to the area.
The site, called Blue Andrus, is on the south side of Opelousas along the I-49 frontage road …
Originally posted on Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
A vacant 160-acre site at the Little Rock port earned a designation that port officials hope will make the land more marketable to industry prospects.
The Select Site certification by Entergy Arkansas is the first under a recently revamped economic development tool the electric utility has …
As the United States approaches full employment, companies looking for talent are challenged to find an educated, trained workforce to meet their growth needs. Mississippi is poised to meet this challenge. Understanding that growth was on the horizon, communities and educators in the state began to focus more intently on …