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Permalink Rural Opportunity Investment Conference to Convene

The White House Rural Council will host the inaugural Rural Opportunity Investment conference July 23 and 24 in Washington to promote potential investment opportunities that exist throughout rural America. Top leaders from the business community and financial institutions, senior government officials, economic development experts, and others from across the country will come together to discuss potential investments in rural business and infrastructure projects in rural communities. Opportunities for private investment exist in energy, biofuels, biobased product manufacturing, transportation, water systems, telecommunications, health care, manufacturing, local and regional food systems, and other sectors in rural America.



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