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New Web site in Missouri launched for Hispanic Business

Missouri Department of Economic Development Director Greg Steinhoff today announced the launch of a new Web site for the Hispanic Business, Trade and Culture Commission.

Between 1990 and 2000, the Hispanic population in Missouri has increased by 92 percent. According to Steinhoff, Hispanic Missourians have played an increasingly important role in communities, the economy and state government. The Web site will highlight trade and investment issues of importance and relevance to the Hispanic business community in Missouri.

Created by Gov. Matt Blunt in November 2005, the Hispanic Business, Trade and Culture Commission serves as a statewide advisory body to the Department of Economic Development on trade and investment issues of importance and relevance to the Hispanic business community in Missouri.

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