2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 34 - LABOR AND WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
Section 34:1B-91 - Establishment of Foreign Relocation Missions
34:1B-91.Establishment of Foreign Relocation Missions
4. The department, acting through the Division of International Trade, or through a nonprofit entity designated by the department which may include a nonprofit corporation organized to implement the recommendations of the economic master plan commission, is authorized to work with private sector businesses to develop public-private partnerships to establish Foreign Relocation Missions in addition to the existing foreign offices established by the department. As used in this section, economic master plan commission means the New Jersey Economic Master Plan Commission established pursuant to Executive Order No. 1 issued by the Governor on January 18, 1994. The department may consult with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the Delaware River Port Authority, as well as other public and private organizations, including private sector nonprofit groups involved in promoting economic development in the State to jointly develop relocation missions to recruit foreign companies to New Jersey which have expressed an interest in relocating from their present countries. The department shall strive, to the extent feasible, to utilize the resources of private sector businesses involved in the public-private partnerships developed pursuant to this section and to arrange for the sharing of office space, personnel and equipment with other public and private organizations which may have established offices in foreign locations in order to reduce the costs of establishing the Foreign Relocation Missions.
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