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* Ariel Lovelace, CEO of Lovelace N.A. of Fort Smith, is leaving for Costa Rica on April 7 to sign a contract to build 14 refineries in that country. The Costa Rican government is putting up $15 million for the design and engineering fees. Lovelace already has refineries slated for construction near Houma, La., and in Green County, Penn. Each of those plants will employ 4,800 people and produce 500,000 barrels of fuel per day. Lovelace said he plans to relocate his business to St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands.
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Publication:Arkansas Business
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Date:Mar 24, 2003
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