Kerrville could be among places in Texas expected to receive visitors from Japan, who are looking to do business in the state, according to a recent presentation to the Kerrville City Council.

It is part of the efforts of the Governor's Office of Economic Development, which partnered with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, to help Texas and Tokyo companies explore expansion opportunities, said Gilberto Salinas, Kerr Economic Development Corporation executive director, during a March 23 presentation.

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fred JEFFRIES

Texas expected to receive visitors from Japan, who are looking to do business in the state, according to a recent presentation to the Kerrville City Council. Japanese would never feel confrontable with our old backward county government, we need new younger public officials from the top down. Plus many of the people in Kerr county would never accept Japanese people here.

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