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|| Niagara Falls mayor heading to Dubai looking for investors

niagarafalls.jpgNiagara Falls Mayor Jim Diodati will be looking for potential investors in Dubai next month when he visits the city - Niagara Falls Review is reporting

The city council has approved $10,000 to send Diodati and the city's director of business development, Serge Felicetti, on a business trip to Dubai in October.

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More details follows from Niagara Falls Review



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