Georgia will open a second trade office in China. Governor Nathan Deal made the announcement from Beijing on Wednesday.
Deal and his economic development team are in the midst of a six-day, five-city trip to boost Georgia’s economic development with China and South Korea.
A study indicates that infrastructure improvements are needed to keep bottlenecks from hampering Georgia freight traffic.
Morris News Service says an interim report of the study was discussed Wednesday by the State Transportation Board.
A record number of employers are having a hard time finding workers despite millions on the jobless rolls.
The trouble in the coastal area is especially deep in manufacturing and other sectors requiring skilled labor.