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FUFENG

Did anyone ever think about offering that same space to an American company like Costco?
On Friday, City Administrator Todd Feland expressed optimism about the deal’s future. But he also shared an email exchange with an attorney for local property owners that raises the possibility they might protest an annexation of their land.
Under China's Communist Party dictatorship, private companies are forced to bend to the government's will.
Critics have a number of legitimate concerns, but the fear of communism has been pronounced. The “red scare” is back.

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After the council met in executive session, council members voted on multiple planning measures that help prepare for Fufeng’s arrival.
The Grand Forks Herald sat down with EDC President & CEO Keith Lund for 5 Questions this week to discuss its progress in 2021, the Fufeng project and more.
An appeal from one of the leaders of the petition group has landed in Grand Forks District Court, sketching out an administrative appeal of the city’s decision.
Council leaders, who were meeting in committee session, voted 4-2 to approve early funding plans, which chart out the financial future of a north-end chunk of Falconer Township.
Please, please heed the letters to the editor written by Duane Hanson and Jason Patrick
Proponents of local corn mill factory can’t shake community suspicion that Fufeng is up to no good.

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The approvals help move Fufeng Group closer to construction on a massive corn-milling plant that proponents say will dramatically boost Grand Forks’ local economy.
Mr. Nelson clearly has no practical understanding of how Human Intelligence (HUMINT) and Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) information is actually gathered.
After many questions to the COO, his most common answer was, “I don’t see that happening,” and “that probably won’t happen,” etc., etc.

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