China Trade Mission to Tout $125M Film Studio


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LARGO, MD—Organizers of the upcoming trade mission by Prince George’s County to China next month say that one of the projects they will seek funding from Chinese investors for is a proposed $125-million film and television studio.

County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III and officials with the Prince George’s County Economic Development Corp. will be visiting China on a trade mission from Sept. 4-12. Baker and others will be seeking financing for the mixed-use project to be developed by entrepreneurA.K. Adams, director of Potomac Entertainment Opportunities, LLC, a subsidiary of the Benjamin Banneker Development Corp. Adams, along with other partners in the project, includingRhonda Dallas, executive director of the Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council, and local labor union officials met with the EDC international team last week to discuss the upcoming trade mission and how it could attract foreign investors and partners for the project…

China Trade Mission to Tout $125M Film Studio

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