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Growth and more growth in 1996 seems to be on the minds of those involved with international business development, thanks to the establishment of the Metro Orlando International Affairs Commission, formed in June to help coordinate the efforts of local groups involved in international business.
Chaired by Orlando Mayor Glenda Hood, the commission includes representatives from seven areas of international interest: trade and investment, international tourism, education, international organizations, sports, transportation, and arts and culture.
MOIAC is taking over the role played by the Economic Development Commission of Mid-Florida's Metro Orlando International Business Council. MOIAC is looking at 1996 as an "opportunity to continue to emphasize the areas we have appointed vice chairs for," Hood says, adding that the vice chairs will discuss plans of action and how the development …