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The expansion of the Panama Canal can be expected to stimulate a coast-inward recovery for Florida’s economy. We expect to see an increase in demand for skilled workers and industrial complexes to accommodate the increased volume of container traffic flowing through the Port of Miami. This increased trade will also lead to massive growth of ancillary businesses not directly tied to the Port. Businesses such as customs brokers, freight forwarders and logistics firms. All of these companies will need additional services and resources—attorneys, banking, accounting, accommodations, entertainment and more—creating business development opportunities for all kinds of businesses. This presentation is an overview of what is to come.