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LONDON, ENGLAND – A total of 10 B.C.-based studios are showcasing their mobile gaming software at London's Pocket Gamer Connects conference, where British Columbia’s Level Up Pavilion opened yesterday, Jan. 22, 2018.
VICTORIA – The many service improvements and streamlining measures that the British Columbia government has made to save people time, hassle and unnecessary costs, have earned the province an ‘A’ grade from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business. 
GUANGZHOU – Premier John Horgan kicked off his inaugural mission to Asia with a visit to British Columbia’s sister province Guangdong, China, to strengthen relationships and expand markets for the tourism, clean energy and technology sectors.
VICTORIA – Bruce Ralston, Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology, has released the following statement to mark Red Tape Awareness Week:
VANCOUVER – Premier John Horgan departed today to Guangzhou, China, as part of a 10-day mission to China, South Korea and Japan to strengthen economic and cultural ties with three of B.C.’s largest trading partners, expand markets, and create good jobs for people throughout B.C.
VICTORIA – Premier John Horgan will be travelling to China, South Korea and Japan for 10 days in January to enhance relationships and expand economic ties with three of British Columbia’s largest trading partners.
KAMLOOPS – Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology Bruce Ralston attended the official opening of TRUgen today and met with molecular biologists who will apply their discoveries to benefit small- and medium-sized businesses in B.C.’s Interior.
SEATTLE, WA – Nearly 50 tech, research and investment partners from British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest launched the Cascadia Venture Acceleration Network today, which aims to match tech startups with funding and collaboration opportunities across borders.
VANCOUVER – The opening of a Japanese household and consumer goods retail giant’s new flagship store in Vancouver is creating 150 jobs, supports local businesses and offers British Columbians a new place to shop for the holiday season.
VICTORIA – B.C. businesses will see savings in the new year, resulting from the Province’s 50% cut to the provincial sales tax (PST) on non-residential electricity, Finance Minister Carole James announced today.
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