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CT marketing firms roll out British gin

Marketing firms in Avon and Westport are working with a provider of gin from the United Kingdom to roll out the alcoholic drink in the U.S.

Malloy talking energy with N. England, Canada leaders

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy pent the majority of his time on Monday in Canada meeting with the premiers of that country's eastern provinces as well as the New England governors to discuss the region's...

Auto dealers pushing international trade

Q&A talks with Bradley Hoffman of Hoffman Auto Group of East Hartford and chairman of the American International Automobile Dealers Association.

Connecticut's top foreign trade partners

RankCountryDollars exported...

Ex-Im Bank closure means exporters face financing hurdles

Q&A talks about international trade financing with Chris Buchholz, senior vice president and commercial banking manager at Santander Bank in Hartford.

CT Commerce Dept. office launching export research arm

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Marc Nemeth, president of Meriden-based Jonal Laboratories, is no stranger to exporting. His manufacturing company, which produces sealing parts for the aerospace industry, has been selling its wares...

Bradley trade zone expanded to five counties

The 34-year-old Windsor Locks foreign trade zone in the shadow of Bradley International Airport has been expanded to include select lands in the five counties surrounding the facility —...

Barnes completes $55M acquisition

Bristol’s Barnes Group said it has completed its acquisition of Italian manufacturer Thermoplay for $54.8 million.

Canada is on the verge of a recession

CNNMoney |

The latest economic data from Canada shows that it is inching toward recession, after its economy posted its fifth straight month of contraction.

Puerto Rico's other crisis: It's running out of water

CNNMoney |

Puerto Rico doesn't have enough money to pay its bills. It went into default for the first time in its history on Monday. Now it's running out of water too. Literally.

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