Governor Terry McAuliffe

  • Fast Growth Means Arlington County

    LidlNeckarsulm, Germany-based Lidl, one of the fastest growing retailers in Europe, is getting ready to expand into the United States. Governor Terry McAuliffe announced this month that the company plans to invest a massive $202 million to establish its U.S. corporate headquarters and to open a regional headquarters and a distribution center in Virginia.

    Washington Dc 17 June 2015 02:56
  • Bechtel to Relocate Frederick Operations to Fairfax County

    Bechtel Corporation is expanding its presence in Fairfax County. The company plans to invest $10 million and relocate its Frederick, Maryland operation to Northern Virginia. Governor Terry McAuliffe made the announcement last week, also saying that the construction giant is bringing 700 jobs with it.

    Washington Dc 12 March 2015 04:01
  • Chinese Company Plans $2B Pulp and Paper Plant in Chesterfield County

    The state of Virginia is celebrating its latest economic development win. Shandong Tranlin Paper Co., Ltd., a Chinese pulp and paper company, will invest $2 billion over five years to build its first advanced manufacturing operation in Chesterfield County and create 2,000 new jobs by 2020. Governor Terry McAuliffe announced the project last month. It represents the largest Chinese investment and job creation project in Virginia history, and also the largest Chinese greenfield economic development project in the United States.

    Richmond 03 July 2014 01:31

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