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Pure or Impure Michigan?

Score another victory for those businesses wanting to locate in Michigan, but now won’t consider it. The reason this time is not labor, a perceived shortage of skilled workers or the climate. This time it’s the water. Yes, Flint’s crisis of tainted water would turn businesses away from locating here. This is how we move it forward.

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The topic came up at the dinner table: “Why can’t we reinvent the wheel?” This wasn’t any dinner table, though. It was the 14th Annual Dinner Celebration of the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce, with the theme Diversity, Inclusion and Excellence, at the MGM Grand Detroit. The keynote speaker was Bill Imada, founder, chairman […]

New International Trade Crossing Provides a Bridge to Michigan’s Economic Prosperity

– The NITC will provide a state-of-the-art, strategically located bridge between Detroit and Windsor. Canada is Michigan’s largest trading partner and the new crossing is vital to enhancing this $70 billion-a-year trade relationship. Michigan has nothing to lose and everything to gain by pursuing this project with Canada.