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Governor Scott looks to maintain trade relations with Brazil

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Governor Rick Scott is promoting the State’s trade relationship in Brazil this week. He left Thursday on a seven-day trip to Florida’s number one tradeing partner, visiting major trade shows to encourage international investment. This is Governor Scott’s third trade mission since taking office, hoping the efforts will help in the long run.  Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Catherine Awasthi spoke with Vice President of communication with Enterprise Florida, Stuart Doyle who says maintaing a safe relationship with Brazil is a smart move in overcoming our recession and creating jobs.

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