Economic Development Authority Sells Fairfax in Mexico

The Fairfax County Economic Development Authority has sent officials to Mexico for the first time ever this week to try to entice Mexican companies to consider Fairfax County as the best site for expansion into the U.S. The authority officials are taking part in U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce meetings in Mexico City.

By  |  December 6, 2005; 3:56 PM ET  | Category:  Business , Development, Growth , Government
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