Regardless of what side of the political aisle you may be on, it’s impossible to deny that Georgia’s leaders have been proactive in terms of bringing new business into the state.  Governor Nathan Deal and company have been hard at work luring companies from Caterpillar to Mercedes into the state, and with the possibility of a General Electric relocation lingering, we haven’t seen the end of businesses heading South.

But using the state’s attractive business climate and booming sector of young, qualified workers is one thing.  Establishing commercial relations with Marxist-Leninist states is quite another.  Yet, that’s exactly what Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and others are in the process of doing, and it couldn’t be a better scenario for Georgia. 

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