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New ITEP rules clear another hurdle

The Louisiana Board of Commerce and Industry approved the state’s changes to the Industrial Tax Exemption Program today, which were supported by business and...

Trump’s trade war spooks Louisiana ports, businesses that rely on them

The place that stands to take the hardest hit in the global trade war can be found right in our backyard. Most U.S. grain,...

Pipeline companies seek relief from steel tariffs

Major U.S. energy companies—including Plains All American Pipeline, Hess Corp and Kinder Morgan Inc.—are among those seeking exemptions from steel-import tariffs as the United...

Engage Cuba’s Louisiana Council says industry to gain from embargo removal

Seeking to tap into shifting public opinion and changing politics, a Washington, D.C.-based group recently announced the creation of a Louisiana Council expressly dedicated...

Insight: Ready for a new story

And the hits just keep on coming. Employers in Louisiana have felt the pinch over the last year of an economy in recession, billions...

Louisiana candidates for governor talk industry

The voting booth looms large both this year and next for those in Louisiana industry and its many supporting and related enterprises, from chemical...

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