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With Amazon’s search for its second headquarters or “HQ2” finally over, it’s time for Greater Miami to get back to the business of building its own economy. The fact that Miami was selected as one of 20 finalists out of the 238 cities that applied to the original request for proposals reflects the tremendous strides the region has made in the economic development arena. And, the region’s effort to come together to offer eight potential site locations across the three county mega-region—with the leadership of the Miami-Dade Beacon Council and support from the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance and the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County—demonstrates a tremendous step forward for an area with such a long history of fragmented and balkanized leadership
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Florida, Richard; Pedigo, Steven; and Miami Urban Future Initiative, Florida International University, "Miami After HQ2" (2019). Miami Urban Future Initiative. 5.
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