Attracting industry to Buffalo, NY, has lead to its self-promotion as a 'bi-national' region.
Buffalo, being the middle point between Toronto, Canada and Syracuse, New York, has seen the need to market itself as being unique in the face of the many cities just like it. "The bi-national marketing approach raises the question of whether a trans-national enterprise zone with an open border, common currency and harmonized labour laws might boost development on both sides of the Niagara."
Thanks to Scott Hong
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