Partnership aims to bring together world-class cities

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March 9, 2012, 7:51 pm
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(NECN) - A program at Northeastern University aims to strengthen trade ties at a state and local level between cities across the globe.

The World Class Cities Partnership recently added its ninth partner city - Hamburg, Germany.

Michael Lake, executive director of the Partnership, and Robert Buckley, a senior Partner at Reimer and Braunstein, join NECN Business to discuss the efforts being made to connect Boston, Mass. to the rest of the world - and what kind of impact that could have on the Hub's economy.

Watch the attached video for more.

Tags: Boston, northeastern, economy, Germany, business , global economy, World Class Cities Partnership, Hamburg, Michael Lake, Robert Buckley
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