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US Congressional Representatives Yvette Clarke and Stacey Plaskett, will serve as Co-Chairs of the Institute of Caribbean Studies (ICS) 19th Annual convening of  Invest Caribbean Agri-Business Forum, Washington DC, which will focus on "Farm the Future: Resurgence and Resilience in the Agri-business Value Chain". 
(Black PR Wire) MIAMI, FL -- Sonshine Communications, a full-service public relations, marketing and advertising agency headquartered in Miami, Florida, was awarded the Florida's FL511 Marketing Services contract by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).
Washington, D.C.  -- In two weeks, representatives from Government, the private sector, multi-lateral organizations, and civil society will meet in Miami for the 41st Annual Conference on the Caribbean and Central America (CCAA41).
(Miami - October 20, 2017) – Miami- Dade County continues to maintain a low unemployment rate, experiencing a 0.3 percentage point decrease from August 2017. Even with “weathering” Hurricane Irma, Miami-Dade County’s 4.6 unemployment rate is the lowest since the 2008 recession, highlighting the county’s resiliency. 
There are still several resources available to our small businesses in Miami-Dade County. Be sure to take advantage of these opportunities. The state has  increased the amount that businesses impacted by Hurricane Irma can borrow from its Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program.
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