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Florida governor heads to Spain to drum up business

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Despite the bad economic situation in Spain, Gov. Rick Scott is leading more than 60 business leaders and state officials there for a five-day business development mission. One of those businesses is CZA Incorporated, an organization that helps multi-national corporations integrate into the U.S. market. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Chip Skambis spoke with President and CEO of that company Carmenza Gonzalez about what she hopes to accomplish on the trip.

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