China Hub

Show-Me Institute

Show-Me Institute’s Ties Questioned in New Report

“These groups like the Show-Me Institute are pushing policies and pushing legislation around the country that’s written by corporations for corporations”

11/14/2013

Pilots of the China Cargo Airlines Boeing 777 that has landed at Lambert -St. Louis International Airport  for the first time, hold flowers presented to them in St. Louis on September 23, 2011. The flights will bring goods to Missouri and then return to China with Missouri made goods.    (UPI/Bill Greenblatt)

China Eastern Airlines Lets Lease Run Out at Lambert

Two years after hopes for a China Hub took flight, China Eastern Airlines officially cuts its last tie with Lambert Airport.

10/01/2013

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Another ‘China Hub’ Proposal Considered In Missouri House

Missouri Chamber of Commerce President Dan Mehan says the credits would only be tapped if results are seen.

02/20/2013

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China Hub Makes Its Return to Missouri Statehouse

Keith Calhoun, the Lebanon plant manager with Emerson Electric, said a new hub at St. Louis would mean less time, less money and more efficiency. Currently his goods take off from Chicago.

01/31/2013

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State Supreme Court To Weigh In On McKee Plan

“First of all, Paul McKee is moving forward with his project,” Mayor Slay said, adding that “Humpty-Dumpty’s not going to fall off the wall.”

11/26/2012

Slay Looks To The State Government For Help

“The legislators themselves have to get their act together so they can work together and get something done.”

11/12/2012

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Economic Official Says China Hub Is Still Alive

“It is anything but dead,” World Trade Center- St. Louis Executive Director Tim Nowak said.

10/08/2012

Lambert Airport Director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge

Lambert Airport Spends a Million to Get 37 Flights

Consultant says for airport to grow, business activity must grow

05/03/2012

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Another Shot at Funding Lambert China Hub

Missouri House trying to create tax breaks for exports shipped out of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

04/18/2012

Ground workers guide the Boeing 777 to a halt as the first flight of China Cargo Airlines lands at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in St. Louis on September 23, 2011. The flights will return to China with Missouri made goods.    UPI/Bill Greenblatt

$3 Million Sent to Assist Lambert Cargo Campaign

“That particular project is not strong enough or firm enough” to warrant the grant, St. Louis County councilwoman Colleen Wasinger said.

04/11/2012

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