KARACHI – First Lady Samina Arif Alvi has said skills-based vocational training is imperative for the country’s socio-economic development and industrial growth. She said so during a meeting with different stakeholders in the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector at Governor House Karachi, according to a statement releasedRead More →

LONOKE, ARKANSAS— During a tour of the Remington munitions plant, U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) applauded the success of the company’s Lonoke plant and its investment in the community. “Remington has successfully overcome the current economic challenges to grow its business in Lonoke, employ more hard-working Arkansans and produce aRead More →

A state-of-the-art simulator will be a reality to help train new truck drivers thanks to a $250,000 state government grant to Geraldton Fenix-Newhaul transport operators. They were one of five Midwest companies to share more than $700,000 in the latest round of the state government’s regional economic development grant programRead More →

Authors: Ibrahim Chowdhury, Ekaterine T. Vashakmadze and Li Yusha After a strong rebound last year, the global economy is entering a challenging 2022. Advanced economies have recovered quickly thanks to major stimulus packages and rapid progress in immunization, but many developing countries continue to struggle. The spread of new variantsRead More →

MOSCOW, January 19. /TASS/. Holding back the launch of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline is bad for project participants, for consumers and for the economic development of Europe as a whole, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Wednesday. Previously, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz had not ruled out measuresRead More →

The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) said that Nigeria’s manufacturing macro-economy and operating environment has been bolstered by the marginal recovery in some key manufacturing indicators, leading to a gradual improvement in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2021. In his fourth quarter report on the Manufacturers CEO Confidence Index (MCCI),Read More →

Photo courtesy of W.Va. Legislative Photography – West Virginia Senate Speaker Craig Blair, R-Berkeley, speaks during the first day of the 2022 legislative session Wednesday in Charleston. Click here to read Governor Jim Justice’s full written message to the Legislative Assembly. CHARLESTON — Members of the West Virginia legislature gatheredRead More →

January 11, 2022 Today, Mayor Keller announced the appointment of the new Director of Economic Development, Charles Ashley III. As an active member of the Albuquerque community and a successful businessman, Ashley will bring her knowledge of economic and community development to her role to help attract new businesses andRead More →

Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, who is serving a prison sentence for abuse of power, announced that he had completed “work on the country’s economic development plan,” said Giorgi Botkoveli, member of the opposition party United National Movement (UNM). Saakashvili initially publicly announced the existence of the project on JanuaryRead More →

ANDERSON – Even as their efforts to help businesses navigate the ever-changing pandemic environment continue, Madison County economic development officials are eagerly awaiting projects in 2022 that aim to strengthen infrastructure to capitalize on of expected future growth. From the Interstate 69 corridor near Pendleton in the south to activityRead More →

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has had a negative economic impact, but development in the T&D region continued in 2021. Premium peanut Headlining the year in economic development, Georgia-based Premium Peanut announced in September that it would establish operations in Orangeburg County. The producer-owned peanut shelling company said it would investRead More →

Registration open for basic training in economic development The Louisiana Industrial Development Executives Association will be offering a four-day Basic Economic Development Course Feb. 8-11 at the Greater New Orleans Inc. Energy Center building, 1100 Poydras St., New Orleans. The course will provide an overview and introduction to the fundamentalsRead More →

In a region rich in data and defense companies of all sizes, the HCEDA proposal plans to capitalize on industry demands and align the resources of the cybersecurity community to foster economic prosperity and opportunity. employment for area residents, employers, entrepreneurs and job seekers. HCEDA is the lead for theRead More →

SYDNEY, December 21, 2021 – The Republic of the Marshall Islands can increase household incomes, increase employment and economic growth by focusing on the health and education of its people, improving the quality of public spending and maximizing the benefits of key sectors like fishing, according to the new WorldRead More →

The year 2021 marked the start of a new paradigm for the Chinese economy. China is moving from a model favoring GDP growth to one emphasizing efficiency, consumer welfare and protection, climate change mitigation and environmental protection. As Chinese business growth becomes less unrestrained and more regulated and monitored, theRead More →

FROM STAFF REPORTS Brian Rauschenbach, Project Manager at Sumter Economic Development and TheLINK Economic Development Alliance, recently completed the two-week Advanced Economic Development Executive Training Program and received his Master Economic Development Practitioner certificate. Rauschenbach has more than nine years of experience in economic development. AEDL is a collaboration ofRead More →

Six months after the City of Santa Barbara approved its first economic development plan, city officials are still discussing their strategies, with most initiatives still pending or underway. Jason Harris, the city’s director of economic development, gave a seven-minute presentation at Tuesday’s conference municipal Council Encounter. He showed a fewRead More →

Advertising As a central tenet of North Korea’s ideological foundation since its inception, the class struggle has defined the paradigm of economic development in the DPRK in each generation of the Kim regime. Even now under President Kim Jong Un, the possibilities of lifting economic sanctions or normalizing diplomatic relationsRead More →

Flags of the Gabungan Party Sarawak are visible in Kuching on December 11, 2021. – Photo by Bernama ASAJAYA, December 11 – Economic development, in particular through the tourism industry and entrepreneurship, aimed at offering a better quality of life to the population, will continue to be at the centerRead More →

First in won’t necessarily be first out, as the city’s Economic Development Committee (EDC) chose on December 1 not to recommend $ 1 million in federal COVID-19 recovery funds until it have a better understanding of the whole picture. Members of the city’s EDC weighed in a request from TheRead More →

The annual report says 15 companies are in negotiations to relocate to The Woodlands. (Andrew Christman / Community Impact Journal) The Woodlands Township Board of Directors accepted an annual report from the Woodlands Area Economic Development Partnership, which highlighted 15 proposed companies that could create up to 1,800 new jobsRead More →

Economic strength and wealth come from the land, First Nations leaders told the Great Economic Circle of Indigenous Peoples and Quebec last week. “I must reiterate our determination to ensure that our ancestral rights and territories and our self-government are respected,” said the Chief of the Assembly of First NationsRead More →

Program to help people with no previous experience acquire skills for a career in demand As part of the county’s commitment to develop the local advanced manufacturing industry and ensure businesses have access to skilled local talent, The Westchester County Economic Development Office and Westchester Community College announced a vocationalRead More →

COATESVILLE — The Coatesville 2nd Century Alliance and the Chester County Industrial Development Authority presented the first Tammy Cansler-Miles Award for Excellence in Economic and Community Development to Mark Sherman of MarkLane Properties LLC at the Partner Appreciation Event of the ‘Alliance on Thursday, November 16. Tamara Cansler-Miles passed awayRead More →

(The Center Square) – Global computer consulting firm Capgemini will invest $ 20.1 million in Tennessee to build a new delivery center in Nashville, state and company officials said. The investment is expected to create 500 jobs, with the potential for growth leading to another 500 jobs. “The creation ofRead More →

Regional Economic Development Organization The good place inc. Expands services to two new counties in western Michigan while working with existing partners to develop full-time trade attraction efforts. Under the leadership of President and CEO Randy Thelen, who joined The Right Place earlier this year, the organization has formed newRead More →

EDD Secretary Alicia J. Keyes EDD News: SANTA FE – New Mexico Department of Economic Development (EDD) Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes told lawmakers on Thursday that New Mexico’s vision for the economic future is to have a diverse economy and robust that engages local talent, cultivates innovation and deliversRead More →

On Monday, November 15, Governor Andy Beshear and US Representative Harold “Hal” Rogers announced $ 9.18 million in funding under the Abandoned Mine Land Economic Revitalization (AMLER) program for economic development projects in 10 counties in eastern Kentucky, including Perry County. “When completed, these projects will help support local communitiesRead More →

NEWARK – Grow Licking County Executive Director Alexis Fitzsimmons has said the county’s tradition of the manufacturing workforce and telling our story is key to future economic development. Fitzsimmons, named to lead the public-private community improvement company on June 23, spoke on Wednesday during the Licking County Chamber of Commerce’sRead More →

Theresa Metcalf, Deputy Director of KerrEDC, is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma Institute for Economic Development (OU EDI). “Theresa is an essential part of the KerrEDC ecosystem. Her degree from the country’s largest economic development program, the OU Economic Development Institute, is a testament to the hard workRead More →

MANISTEE – Stacie Bytwork was surprised when she received a call from the governor’s office about Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist visiting Manistee to talk about economic development. She only had a few days to put everything in place for the lieutenant governor. She said the “Lieutenant Governor is very downRead More →

Kentucky officials announced Monday that 10 economic development projects in the eastern part of the state have received funding from a federal program created to reclaim abandoned mines. Almost $ 9.2 million has been allocated to the projects, according to a press release from Governor Andy Beshear and U.S. RepresentativeRead More →

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ / Press Release) – Governor Andy Beshear and U.S. Representative Harold “Hal” Rogers (KY-05) have announced $ 9.18 million in funding under the Abandoned Mine (AMLER) program. Land Economic Revitalization) for economic development projects in 10 Eastern European countries. counties of Kentucky. “When completed, these projects willRead More →

The Ministry of Economic Development has announced plans to provide $ 12.6 million in 50% and 70% tax credits through the Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) to 66 organizations for development projects. community throughout the state. Governor Mike Parson said, “Missouri nonprofits provide essential services to citizens and our most vulnerableRead More →