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Alabama delegation to strengthen ties with Canada at SEUS-CP Alliance Conference

Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield will lead an Alabama delegation to Savannah, Georgia, for the Southeastern United States-Canadian Provinces Alliance Conference, a high-level gathering that reinforces common economic ties, expands commercial opportunities and broadens cultural exchange.

SEUS-CP, as the event is known, runs Sunday through Tuesday and features networking opportunities, business-to-business meetings and panel discussions on topics including supply chain resiliency, sustainable agriculture and electric vehicle adoption.

Secretary Canfield said the conference represents a platform that allows representatives from the six Southeastern states and six Canadian provinces to build bonds that can lead to new commercial and cultural possibilities.

“Over many decades, we have built a partnership that relies on respect, discovers meaningful pathways to collaborate, fosters innovative solutions and advances common goals,” he said.

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