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By Leah Michaels [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbswkMdb6c0]   Governor O’Malley, Secretary Johansson, University of Maryland College Park President Loh, and many Maryland business owners debriefed local media on their recent trip to Asia in Annapolis yesterday.  The 68-member delegation traveled to Asia, visiting China, Korea and Vietnam, to create partnerships that resulted in

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InternationalMaryland Economy

by Mindie Burgoyne Maryland Business and Economic Development Regional Field Director and writer of travelhag.com This week I was able to witness the first official visit of a European leader during President Obama’s presidency.  German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived on the White House South Lawn at approximately 9:30 am on

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International

Members of the Maryland delegation who traveled to Asia for an economic trade mission encountered an obstacle on the road that leads to the Great Wall in China. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soXrqOxQbls] Despite the obstacle, Marylanders pushed forward and reached their destination.

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EnergyInnovation & Tech

by Christine Hansen McCormick (NYSE: MKC) and Constellation Energy (NYSE: CEG) have completed the installation of a 1.8 megawatt solar panel system at McCormick’s 363,000 square foot distribution center in Belcamp, one of the State’s largest solar energy projects.  The project, the second for McCormick, is estimated to generate 2.3

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Job CreationMaryland EconomyWorkforce

by Christine Hansen Laura Neuman, Howard County’s new Economic Development head, has big plans for the county.  As the first woman to be named head of the economic development board, she plans to make Howard County an entrepreneurial and technology based county. Selected over 70 applicants and appointed by County

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GBC Unveils Multi-Million Dollar Plan to Redevelop Baltimore’s Inner Harbor by Christine Hansen for MDBizMedia The state’s number one attraction in Baltimore may get a face lift if city and state officials sign on to the Greater Baltimore Committee’s plans to redevelop the Inner Harbor.  The plans, unveiled last week

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