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6.4 Growth of urban areas, Miami Florida Business directory, Lauderhill 66,887 57,585 Broward The first airport on the site of MIA opened in the 1920s and was known as Miami City Airport Pan American World Airways opened an expanded facility adjacent to City Airport Pan American Field in 1928 Pan American Field was built on 116 acres of land on 36th Street and was the only mainland airport in the eastern United States that had port of entry facilities Its runways were located around the threshold of today's Runway 26R Eastern Airlines began to serve Pan American Field in 1931 followed by National Airlines in 1936 National used a terminal on the opposite side of LeJeune Road from the airport and would stop traffic on the road in order to taxi aircraft to and from its terminal Miami Army Airfield opened in 1943 during the Second World War to the south of Pan American Field: the runways of the two were originally separated by railroad tracks but the two airfields were listed in some directories as a single facility Following World War II in 1945 the City of Miami established a Port Authority and raised bond revenue to purchase Pan American Field which had been since renamed 36th Street Airport from Pan Am it merged with the former Miami Army Airfield which was purchased from the United States Army Air Force south of the railroad in 1949 and expanded further in 1951 when the railroad line itself was moved south to make more room the old terminal on 36th Street was closed in 1959 when the center modern passenger terminal (since greatly expanded) opened United States Air Force Reserve troop carrier and rescue squadrons also operated from the airport from 1949 through 1959 when the last unit relocated to nearby Homestead Air Force Base (now Homestead Air Reserve Base). . Park West Terrorism is a voluntary act of violence towards a group(s) of people in most cases acts of terrorism is derived from hatred of religious political and cultural beliefs an example was the infamous 9/11 attacks labeled as terrorism due to the massive damages inflicted on American society and the global economy stemming from the animosity towards Western culture by some radical Islamic groups Terrorism not only affects civilians but it also damages corporations and other businesses These effects may include: physical vandalism or destruction of property sales declining due to frightened consumers and governments issuing public safety restrictions Firms engaging in international business will find it difficult to operate in a country that has an uncertain assurance of safety from these attacks. Government and infrastructure Bolivia Bolivia, 5 Notes Unicomer Group's United States offices 2.3 Arts & Entertainment District. Hamilton Disston's land sale notice Founded in 1925 the University of Miami in nearby Coral Gables is the oldest college in Florida south of Winter Park. Global Gusman Center for the Performing Arts is one of the last remaining theaters from the many that once existed on Flagler Street in the 1920s, Miami accent 6.2 Major airports, Atletico Miami CF Soccer United Premier Soccer League Tropical Park Stadium NONE. Climate 5 References 2.2 1940s: World War II, "International business" is also defined as the study of the internationalization process of multinational enterprises a multinational enterprise (MNE) is a company that has a worldwide approach to markets production and/or operations in several countries Well-known MNEs include fast-food companies such as: McDonald's (MCD) YUM (YUM) Starbucks Coffee Company (SBUX) Microsoft (MSFT) etc Other industrial MNEs leaders include vehicle manufacturers such as: Ford Motor Company and General Motors (GMC) Some consumer electronics producers such as Samsung LG and Sony and energy companies such as Exxon Mobil and British Petroleum (BP) are also multinational enterprises!