Stressing the importance of Missouri goods, Gov. Jay Nixon outlined specifics of his trip to Asia after finalizing trade agreements in Taiwan and South Korea. KSMU’s Scott Harvey reports.
The Governor addressed reporters during a conference call Thursday morning, detailing a series of contracts totaling $1.9 billion in Missouri goods over the next four years that are intended to boost the state’s agriculture, manufacturing and biotech sectors.
Nixon says his trip was another example of the importance of boosting the state’s economy.