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By TIMES STAFF
Published March 9, 2007


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Enterprise Florida

"We have a pure moronic policy creating an illusion of security but detrimental to our markets."

Alan Becker, board member of Enterprise Florida, the state's economic development arm, describing how post-9/11 security rules cost Florida foreign trade.

By the numbers

4, Rank of Florida among states in number employed by majority-owned, non-U.S. firms.

 

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