Middletown again seeking own Foreign Trade Zone

October 1999
Hudson Valley Business Journal;10/11/99, Vol. 10 Issue 18, p1
Reports on the city of Middletown, New York's plans to re-apply for a foreign trade sub-zone after being rebuffed by the United States Department of Commerce and Orange County. Areas included in the application; Reasons of the federal government for disapproving the original application; Resolution approved by municipal officials which recognizes the economic importance of international trade.


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