The global economy is expected to double in size throughout the next 20 years. Florida is well positioned to not only benefit from international trade but play a pivotal role in new and emerging trade lanes. Economic development in areas such as international trade, sea port, manufacturing, aerospace, aviation and other targeted clusters is tied directly to innovation, diversification and how well Florida can adapt to growing and changing trends. As Florida becomes the third most populous state in the nation and with an estimated six million new residents settling in our state by 2030, our state has to find new solutions that help, not only the way we view resources, but the way we run international business.

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