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Rio South Texas offers many choices for global business location and generous economic development incentives. With a dynamic young labor force, great weather, low cost of living and plenty of recreational activities year round, the Rio South Texas region is an ideal location for companies looking to expand or relocate.


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Rio South Texas:  The Perfect Location for Your Global Business
Located at the southernmost tip of Texas, and bordering Mexico along the Rio Grande River, the Rio South Texas area offers an ideal location for companies seeking access to Mexico and the U.S. South and Midwest markets.  View map 


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Regional News

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    The City of Brownsville is hosting Stephen Clark, Bicycle Friendly Community Specialist, with the League of American Bicyclists tomorrow, April 28, 2015.

  • Written by Esmeralda Torres of The Rio Grande Guardian. Video filmed and edited by Carl Lindemann. |

    Harlingen Mayor Chris Boswell has praised Texas State Technical College for the impact it has had on economic development in the Rio Grande Valley.

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    The Rockefeller Foundation visited the Rio Grande Valley to meet with the Brownsville Public Utilities Board this week. The Southmost Regional Water Authority’s desalination plant was highlighted during the presentation as a perfect example of how BPUB seeks innovative and proactive ways to tackle issues facing the community.

  • Written by Melissa Vasquez of UTPA. |

    After two years of construction and planning, the Performing Arts Complex at The University of Texas-Pan American is ready to make its debut on Thursday, April 23, with its Grand Premiere Concert. 

  • Written by Sky Chadde of The McAllen Monitor. |

    McAllen and Edinburg are exploring creating a desalination plant to service both cities. The cities’ water supplies are dependent on the Rio Grande, which requires rainy seasons to replenish.

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