November 24, 2014

International roundup

Foreign trade lending tightens

John Rodriguez, a past president of the Florida International Bankers Association, a current member of its foreign trade committee and its representative to the Miami-Dade International Trade Consortium, talks about the impact of stricter lending standards on Florida’s economy.

Also mentioned in this roundup of international business news in Florida, newsmakers and key players including Carnival, Holland & Knight, Island Travel and Tours, P&O Cruises, It Works! Global, SchenkelShultz Architecture, Opko Health, Kitchen Prospect, C3 Customer Contact-Channels, Dalichi Sankyo, Sanford-Burnham Mecical Research Institute, Banco do Brasil Americas, Atton Hotels, Mattamy Homes, CMC Group and Capital Group.

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