Calvo says interest in Guam high

Calvo says interest in Guam high

There's so much interest in Guam, according to Governor Eddie Calvo, who is back from leading a trade mission in China last week. Governor Calvo says he met with interested investors in areas of logistics and transportation, infrastructure, tourism services and immigration policy.

"There was also interest on particular to the EB5 Visa where obviously there are many individuals in China who look toward investing in Guam and the United States and also looking toward potential immigration policy such as what the EB5 Visa affords, but it was very successful and now its importantly for our governmental agencies that were involved to continue the dialogue and connect potential investors with businesses and entities in Guam as well," he said.

Members from GEDA, the Guam Visitors Bureau and the Port Authority along with an immigration attorney and the Taiwan Chamber of Commerce made up the Guam delegation.

In the meantime, the governor will next head out to San Francisco next week to meet with credit rating agencies including Standard and Poor's.



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