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MCALLEN, RGV - A $400 million contract between Honolulu-based Pasha Hawaii and Keppel AmFELS has now been finalized and as a result, two new Liquefied Natural Gas-fueled container ships will be built at the Port of Brownsville. Eduardo A. Campirano,...
MCALLEN, RGV - A new State Department travel warning that ranks the state of Tamaulipas at Level 4, the same as countries such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria, is causing havoc for economic development leaders. A Level 4 classification...
BROWNSVILLE, Texas - Community leaders are in agreement: a titan of the Rio Grande Valley business community has passed away. Frederick William Rusteberg has died at the age of 74. He was the founding president and CEO of IBC Bank-Brownsville...
SAN BENITO, Texas - It is hard to celebrate the anniversary of a key facility for a community in the age of COVID. However, the City of San Benito and its economic development corporation did so digitally. The first anniversary...
LOS FRESNOS, Texas - Los Fresnos city leaders say they are preparing for thousands of new jobs at the Port of Brownsville. The leaders held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, March 4, for the new Industrial Trades Center. Port of...
MCALLEN, Texas - Of the seven major metropolitan regions in Texas, the McAllen-Edinburg-Mission MSA will suffer the least number job losses from the current economic downturn. This is the view of The Perryman Group, a leading economic forecasting group based...
The inevitable and unavoidable result of the extraordinary measures taken to curb the tragic health effects of the coronavirus has been a strong shock to the economy. Protecting human health and wellbeing must be paramount at the moment. Unfortunately,...
BROWNSVILLE, Texas - A Brownsville manufacturing plant’s Corporate facility in New York is producing tens of thousands of True Hero Face Shields a day for first responders fighting the coronavirus. Jamestown Plastics, based in Brocton, New York, has been a...
MCALLEN, Texas - The City of McAllen and the McAllen Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the opening of Mexican produce company SiCar Farms’ newest facility at Sharyland Business Park. The 100,000-square-foot production plant has 21 trucking...
MCALLEN, Texas - The City of McAllen and the McAllen Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) held a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday for two companies at their new industrial park. Mercorp-Inc. and Tetakawi will occupy the lot at the northeast corner of...

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