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Thursday, November 26, 2009

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Certainly the airport helps, as does our port capacity. Even if Melford develops and Halifax becomes a feeder port, that is still very important and I think, better for business overall. The business will be done in Halifax, the goods will move via Melford.

I also think we should count our Digital Hub: we connect to the EU from here, we're mid-point and great for hosting private data for foreign financial institutions doing business in the U.S.; this will become ever more critical in our digital age.

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