"Business Maine." Brief articles on the new contract for the bankrupt Biddeford
"Business Maine." Brief articles on the new contract for the bankrupt Biddeford Textiles; fears of foot-and-mouth disease at Smiling Hill Farm in Westbrook; dropped plans to build an American National power gas plant in Gorham; referendum for public vote to halt construction and reform the planning process in Portland; acquisition of Coastal Bank by Norway Savings; plan by the Superintendent of Insurance to allow the old and sick to be charged more; Department of Labor pay equity rules; Business Leader of the Year Alan Baker; shutdown planned at International Paper's Bucksport mill; risks to Bath Iron Works from the military budget; closure of HoltraChem in Orrington; and Wal-Mart and Gerber Childrenswear contracts for Kent, Inc., of Fort Kent.
American National Power Inc, Banks and banking, Bath Iron Works, Biddeford Textile Co Biddeford, Coastal Bank, Foot-and-mouth disease, HoltraChem Manufacturing, International Paper Company Bucksport, Kent Inc, Norway Savings Bank, Smiling Hill Farm Westbrook, Baker, Alan
""Business Maine." Brief articles on the new contract for the bankrupt Biddeford" (2001). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 1701.
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