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Podcast Episode 79: Europe and European FDI with W. Ford Graham

We pick Ford's brain on geopolitics and European FDI

Dane Carlson
Dane Carlson
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Podcast Episode 79: Europe and European FDI with W. Ford Graham

Episode 79 of the Econ Dev Show Podcast is available now.

This episode is brought to you by KathodeRay.

W. Ford Graham is a senior vice president on McGuireWoods Consulting’s national infrastructure and economic development team and a partner with McGuireWoods. Ford has a depth of experience working in the economic development sector where he has been one of the leading recruiters of international companies to the Southeastern United States.

In this episode, we pick his brain on this timely geopolitical economic development topic.

Unfortunately, Ford's audio isn't great in some parts. (This was totally my fault!) But the episode is so relavent that I didn't want you to miss it.

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