The Governor is leading a delegation to try to drum up some business:
“Our nation’s softening economy has intensified the competition among states for economic development prospects,” Perdue said. “We will continue our successful push for new jobs and investment from European companies eager to invest in the American market.”
From Sept. 27 – Oct. 3, Perdue will meet with economic development prospects and visit some of the world’s top companies in transportation infrastructure and financing. The trip’s itinerary covers stops in Barcelona, Madrid, Lisbon and Milan, where the Georgia delegation will meet with companies and government officials.