Downwntown Business District in Tampa, Florida, United States. Photo: Ruth Peterkin/Shutterstock.com The coronavirus health crisis is being viewed as an economic threat to Florida. The coronavirus has been wreaking havoc not just in those affected by the virus themselves, but in the news headlines. For months now there have been reports of people in places
Photo credit: Business Wire After years of effort by local leaders, a manufacturing facility is about to be built in Jacksonville, Florida. The $542 million facility will be able to export natural liquefied gas and position Jacksonville as a leader in gas export to the Caribbean Islands. The move was approved unanimously by Mayor Lenny
The Florida Chamber of Commerce took a moment this week to remind the globe that the Sunshine State was “made for trade.”
The raw number of jobs supported was close to 2.4 million.