The EEC seeks to attract Japanese investors

The Eastern Economic Corridor Office and the Japan Foreign Trade Organization (Jetro) have pledged to work together to encourage Japanese companies and other businesses located in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) to further exploit the digital manufacturing platforms to reduce production costs. Kanit Sangsubhan, secretary general of the EEC office, …

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FCC must act to promote minority-owned broadcasting

Black-owned radio has long been the cornerstone of black communities – not only a vital source of our music, but also a reflection of our culture, values ​​and beliefs. Current events and historic events were announced as families and friends gathered to listen, speculate, celebrate and empathize. I vividly remember …

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A look at the 76-year history of the Woodlawn Theater in San Antonio, from the premieres of “National Velvet” and “Alamo” to Broadway musicals

Before the pandemic, passers-by often entered the Woodlawn Theater during the day, hoping to take a peek. “It’s one of my favorite things about working here,” said Christopher Rodriguez, executive and artistic director of Woodlawn, who has worked at the 76-year-old theater in the Deco District for nearly a decade. …

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Looking for something to do this weekend?

Looking for things to do in the Utica area this weekend? Here are a few options. 1. Hamilton College Performing Arts Continues the Fall Performing Arts Series with a free performance of Squonk Opera’s melee Saturday and Sunday October 2 and 3 at the Kennedy Center for Theater and Studio …

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