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Post Falls, Idaho

compplanweb.html title Interactive Comprehensive Plan format html (hypertext markup language) accessdate 2010-05-11 Due to the proximity of numerous lakes, rivers and mountains, Post Falls has developed tourism and retirement communities. There is an increasing number of retail, dining and entertainment businesses locating in the City. Kootenai County traditionally has had a timber-based economy. That is changing gradually, as the manufacturing base has become more diverse

. Jobs Plus, Inc., the local economic development organization has recruited several small to medium sized firms to the county. Manufacturing jobs are found primarily in electronics, lumber and furniture at the present. Post Falls was the chosen location for Flexcel, Inc., a major furniture manufacturer that relocated to North Idaho nearly fifteen years ago and employs a workforce of 350. This was done with the help of Jobs Plus, Inc. and by creating an Urban Renewal District to help

build infrastructure. This District closed out at the end of December 2001. Jobs Plus, Inc. has also just recently helped bring Center Partners, a call center business (employing a workforce of 300), and Buck Knives brought their manufacturing headquarters (workforce of 250) to the City. Also, Wal-Mart opened its new store in January 2002, employing a workforce of 300. Construction of a private surgical hospital was completed in 2004. Sysco foods opened their distribution plant


Berdyansk

. Argiropulo, I. D. Demetriadis, V. E. Gaevsky, V. I. Apopov and other people known at that time, promoted growth and city prosperity. Soon in a city there were small industrial enterprises, banks have opened. In all Europe D. Grievza's factory on manufacturing harvesters was known. Factory of farming machines have opened by Schröder and Matias. There was cordage factory of Venz and Yanzen, Selstrem's candle-wax works Sels, Litsmen sausage factory, Fetter's brewery, Klavdin macaroni factory, Ediger's

;AZMOL", the Berdyansk state factory of fiberglass, and also two small enterprises: Limited Liability Company "Fibreglass", Closed Corporation "Bertie". Public corporation"AZMOL"is engaged in manufacture and realisation of lubricants, manufacturing of container for their packaging and packing. Expansion of assortment of lubricants, development and introduction of new highly effective and competitive products with application of energy-efficient technologies

; And a number of other small enterprises. Closed Company "Berdyansk winery"specialises on manufacturing of grape wines, fruit, alcoholic beverage production, low-alcohol aerated and not aerated drinks. For manufacture maintenance with own raw materials and increase in release of grape wine it is planned to plant vineyards in the area of 100 hectares . Public corporation "Berdyansk bread-baking plant" specialises on manufacturing of bread, bakery, confectionery and pasta


Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Journal date 2012-01-05 accessdate 2014-05-30 Notable early businesses * In 1875, R J Reynolds founded R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company later famous for innovative branded products such as Prince Albert pipe tobacco (1907) and Camel (Camel (cigarette)) cigarettes (1913). Other brands which it made famous are Winston, Salem, Doral, and Eclipse cigarettes. The Winston-Salem area is still the primary international manufacturing

Manufacturing Solutions, K&W Cafeterias, "Group Sales." K&W Cafeterias. Retrieved on January 31, 2012. "K&W Corporate Office P.O. Box 25048 Winston-Salem, NC 27114-5048"

! % Percentage - 1 Health Care and Social Assistance 29% - 2 Trade, Transportation and Utilities 19% - 3 Professional and Business Services 14% - 4 Manufacturing 10% - 5 Leisure and Hospitality 10% - 5 Financial Activities 6% - 7 Public Administration 4% - 8 Construction 3% - 9 Other Services 3% - 10 Information 1% - Attractions * Bethabara Historic District is a site where Moravians from Pennsylvania first settled in North Carolina


Chihuahua City

estate house near downtown Chihuahua. La Quinta Luz was turned into a museum by his widow, Sra. María Luz Corral de Villa, and is now managed by the federal government. During the 20th century, the city grew in population and learned to take advantage of its proximity with the U.S. border. Until the establishment of foreign manufacturing plants in the 1970s, the city was largely a trade post for cattle and agricultural products. During the 1990s the city grew dramatically economically

'''l Palomar''' * '''Ciudad Deportiva''' * '''Deportiva Sur''' * '''Parque Metropolitano El Rejon (Parque metropolitano el rejon)''' There are two country clubs in the city: S'''an Francisco Country Club (san francisco country club)''' and C'''ampestre Chihuahua (campestre chihuahua)''' Economy Chihuahua is the twelfth largest city in Mexico, and one of the most industrialized. Manufacturing is very important and there are nine major industrial parks and 79 maquila manufacturing plants

state of Chihuahua is also a thriving economic center. Chihuahua's annual Gross State Product (GSP) is about $6.2 billion. There are more than 350 established manufacturing and assembly plants in the state; manufacturing accounts for a third of the total GSP, while trade and other services amount to 53.5%. Chihuahua has the largest amount of forested land in all of Mexico. Forty-four percent of Chihuahua's workers are employed in commerce and services, while a little over a third of the workforce


Imus

an excellent banking infrastructure is being propagated by the present government to spearhead the development of the city. The city of Imus has shown a steady rise in its income earning a 1st class income classification (Municipalities of the Philippines#income classification) in 1986. Its land area serves as home to a population of 195,482. In 1993, Imus had 1,369 commercial establishments, 200 manufacturing establishments and 41 financial institutions. Ten years hence

, it has 6,636 licensed business establishments that include 4,376 commercial establishments, 300 manufacturing establishments and 190 financial institutions. With a comfortable Imus Informal Industrial Estate and Anabu Hills Industrial Estate. Corporations that are 100% Filipino-owned include Annie's Candy

Manufacturing, Inc. , CKL Industries and Liwayway Mktg. Corp. Factories of partly Filipino-owned corporations include Champan Garment Corp., Hayag Motorworks & Machine Shop and San Miguel-Yamamura Asia Corp.. Foreign-owned corporations include Frontline Garments Corp. and EDS MFG, Inc., which produces automotive wiring harness. Imus is also the home of the Anabu Handmade Paper Products, a producer of handmade paper and paper products. The Imus Commercial Business District along Nueño


Pictou County, Nova Scotia

of Pictou website url http: www.townofpictou.com files 26.10-24-05(Oc.PDF accessdate 2008-10-21 Pictou County District Planning Commission provides planning, development and waste disposal services to all the communities in the county. Pictou Landing First Nation has reserves at Pictou Landing, Fisher's Grant and Merigomish Harbour. Economy Resource based industries include coal mining, forestry, fishing and agriculture. Manufacturing industries include Michelin Tire

West Colchester County (Colchester County, Nova Scotia) Northwest image (Category:Pictou County, Nova Scotia) Important manufacturing centres in the region include Pictou County (Pictou County, Nova Scotia), Truro (Truro, Nova Scotia), the Annapolis Valley and the South Shore (South Shore (Nova Scotia)), and the Strait of Canso area in Nova Scotia, as well as Summerside, Prince Edward Island Summerside

in Prince Edward Island, and the Miramichi (Miramichi, New Brunswick) area, the North Shore (North Shore (New Brunswick)) and the upper Saint John River (Saint John River (New Brunswick)) valley of New Brunswick. Montreal and Toronto were well suited to benefit from the development of large-scale manufacturing and extensive railway systems in Quebec and Ontario, these being the goals of the Macdonald and Laurier governments. In the Maritimes the situation was very different. Today


Nnewi

indigenous car manufacturing plant in Nigeria is located in the city while the first wholly made-in-Nigeria motorcycle, the 'NASENI M1' was manufactured in Nnewi. , Nnewi has an estimated population of 391,227 according to the Nigerian census. The city spans over

, the central Market. There are four other deities in Nnewi: Ana, Ezemewi, Eze and Ele. Christianity was introduced by the Europeans in 1885 and many Nnewi people now practise Christianity. Nnewi, Ichi and Oraifite made up the Anaedo state. Anaedo communities have common ancestries, beliefs and traditional value systems. Nnewi is a major trading and manufacturing centre in Nigeria. Due to its high commercial activities, the city has attracted millions of migrants from other States of Nigeria states

, rubber, maize, et cetera. Food crops such as yam, cassava, cocoyam, breadfruit, and three-leaf yam are also produced in large quantities. The location of Nnewi within the tropical rainforest gives it the ecological basis for production of a wide range of tropical agriculture crops with widespread potential for industrial convention. Industries Nnewi is referred to as the ''Japan of Africa'', it is home to many major indigenous manufacturing industries including Ibeto Group of Companies


San Diego–Tijuana

) Californias , with a GDP of $136.3 billion in 2002. Renowned

for natural beauty, tourism is a leading industry in the region and its coastal environs have been paramount factors in the growth of action sports (extreme sports)-lifestyle companies. Other key industries include military, biotech, and manufacturing. San Diego–Tijuana traces its European roots to 1542 when the land was explored by Portuguese explorers on behalf of imperial Spain. In 1601 it was mandated by the Spanish viceroy in Mexico City that safe ports be found

: www.mckinseyquarterly.com wrapper.aspx?ar 2758&story true&url http%3a%2f%2fwww.mckinseyquarterly.com%2fCities_the_next_frontier_for_global_growth_2758%3fpagenum%3d1%23interactive&pgn cine11_exhibit accessdate April 14, 2011 The greater San Diego area has a knowledge-based economy that is only growing; Tijuana's sub-metropolitan region is reliant on a diversified manufacturing sector. Leading private employers to the metropolitan


Dongguan

in exports among Chinese cities, with $65.54 billion in shipments. In addition to being an important manufacturing hub, the city has also earned a reputation as the "sex capital (sex tourism) of China".

Japanese occupation . Dongguan - History, Dongguan Government Dongguan earned city status in 1985, and was upgraded to prefecture city status three years later. During the period the city changed its focus from an agricultural town into a manufacturing hub, with an average annual growth of up to 18%. Huizhou City, Dongguan City ref>

;ref Dongguan Railway Line R2, Dongguantoday Economy Dongguan is a major manufacturing hub, although it suffered significant loss of economic activity from the impact of the 2008 financial crisis.


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