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ORONO, Maine — A new effort led by Four Directions Development Corporation aims to facilitate collaboration among the Wabanaki Nations in Maine to better engage their collective economic engine. 

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Here is a round-up of business news briefs from around Indian Country. 

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HOUSTON, Texas — Native-owned agricultural equipment supplier Akana Group found kindred spirits in an Aboriginal construction and civil development contractor that executives met in Northern Territory, Australia during the recent First Nations Trade Mission. 

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Add the New Markets Tax Credit to the lengthening list of federal programs not helping Indian Country as much as they should be.

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Here is a round-up of business news from around Indian Country. 

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WASHINGTON — The good news about the Native American “crosscut,” a tally of all federal money allotted for Native programs in the president’s budget, is that the total for tribes is up substantially in 2022 from last year.

The bad news, a Congressional watchdog found: Three of the federal agencies it examined ignored tribal sovereignty by conducting no consultation at all with tribes.

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Here is a round-up of business news from around Indian Country. 

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Backed by an all new board steeped with experience in Indian Country and business, Twelve Clans Inc. is expanding its strategic investment focus to help optimize returns for its owners, the Ho-Chunk Nation. 

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — After a seven-year career in tribal economic development at Waséyabek Development Co. LLC for his tribe, Jimmy TenBrink now finds himself heading up operations for a familiar tribal partner. 

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The Alaska Federation of Natives has received the largest award yet in the Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program, a reflection of the inherent challenges in bridging the digital divide in the state’s remote geography.