Doing Business in the U.S.
The state of Florida ranks fourth in the nation and first in the Southeast in terms of the size of its economy and population. Florida's economy is less dependent on the inflow of new residents and tourists and more driven by internal economic development such as the booming defense and aerospace sector, life sciences and health care industry and professional services including R&D facilities and corporate and regional headquarters. Florida's economy continues to be integrated into the global economy and poised to benefit from the growth in international trade from the Panama Canal expansion and the increasing number of international flights linking to major cities on four continents.In addition, several carriers have started or increased the number of flights serving Brazilian cities. Brazil's influence in Florida is reinforced by an increasing level of bilateral trade in past years.
We provide you Industry Briefs (Source: Enterprise Florida Inc.) that give comprehensive and current source of information on each industry and we hope that they prove to be useful for you and your business.