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Port Hueneme trade zone opens up

By   /   Friday, November 11th, 2011  /   2 Comments

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A recent legal change has opened up thousands of acres in Ventura County where manufacturers and other businesses can import raw goods without paying duties. The move could make the region around Port Hueneme one of the largest foreign trade zones in the United States. The Oxnard Harbor District, which oversees the only deepwater port…

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2 Comments

  1. h helsley says:

    A Fusion facility would fit well in the new trade zone at Port Hueneme producing 500,000 barrels of liquid synthetic liquid fuel, 8 GW carbon free electricity, and 2,000 ac?ft of potable water from seawater daily. 16 billion dollar economic package fro the county of Ventura and the Port of Hueneme.

    A real economic increase, with no CO2 or radioactive waste problems.

    [email protected] for more information.

  2. h helsley says:

    Our Energy Source for the Future — Heavy Ion Fusion.

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