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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

  • Written by Andrea Torres, The Collegian |

    The director of UT Brownsville’s STARGATE says the program has started to attract many of the “big players” in technology, including Google and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.

    Christopher Wren, one of the architects of the Android operating system and a Google software engineer, will present a lecture titled “Just Google It” to UT Brownsville students at 10:30 a.m. April 14 in the Student Union’s Gran Salón.

  • Rio Grande Guardian |

    AUSTIN, Texas – In remarks at a luncheon held for RGV Day at the state Capitol, Harlingen Mayor Chris Boswell made a strong case for Rio Grande Valley cities to work together for the good of the region.

  • The Daily Post |

    Border cities get a bad rap as violent, but the Rio Grande Valley is extremely safe. Of the 24 Texas metro areas ranked by the FBI, Brownsville comes in dead last, with 240 incidents of violent crime per 100,000 people. Nearby McAllen comes in at #18, with 286 per 100,000.

  • Rio Grande Guardian |

    Rio Grande Valley business and economic development leaders have started to push back against U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul’s plans to add more border walls and mount Afghanistan-type operation command centers in the region.

  • Valley Star |

    A proposed $500 million power plant project that would generate 800 megawatts received on Monday a final greenhouse gas “Prevention of Significant Deteroriation” permit from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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