National Interest Exceptions for Certain Travelers from the Schengen Area, United Kingdom, and Ireland
On March 2, 2021, the Secretary of State rescinded the previous national interest determination regarding categories of travelers eligible for exceptions under Presidential Proclamation (PP)
Alabama ranked No. 9 among the states in job-creating economic development projects per capita, a measurement that places smaller states on a more level playing
At the start of the year, many Germans were complaining about a shortage of coronavirus vaccines that could free them from onerous lockdowns and limited
The chancellor reportedly told a closed-door meeting of conservative lawmakers that Germany is already in a “third wave,” and warned against a hasty reopening. German
Strong exports and solid construction activity helped the German economy to grow by a better-than-expected 0.3% in the final quarter of last year, but stricter
Auburn University has opened the doors to a sophisticated new autonomous vehicle research facility at Auburn’s National Center for Asphalt Technology, or NCAT, test track—one of
Economy Minister Peter Altmaier announced a slew of planned improvements to Germany’s shutdown that would support businesses and self-employed people following a consultation with more
The exterior of the highly anticipated 600,000-square-foot Mercedes-Benz U.S. International Inc. (MBUSI) battery plant in Bibb County has been completed. That sets the stage for
The city of Cullman has received a $350,000 grant that will help a manufacturer add 125 new jobs. Cullman will use the Community Development Block
Schnellecke Logistics Alabama intends to hire 162 workers once its 530,000-square-foot logistics warehouse is completed
A $258,000 grant will lead to an estimated 162 immediate new jobs in Tuscaloosa County, Gov. Kay Ivey’s office has announced. Ivey announced that Tuscaloosa
The Alabama Legislature has approved plans to renew and expand economic incentives for businesses in Alabama. House Bill 192 (HB 192) was delivered to Alabama Gov.
The German retailer ALDI has broken ground on a new regional headquarters and distribution center in Baldwin County.
The $100 million project will create more than 200 jobs in Loxley. The 564,000-square-foot facility, scheduled to open next year, will be ALDI’s sixth distribution