HONOLULU - The relocation of thousands of Marines from Japan to Guam will create unprecedented job opportunities on Guam and in the region but will also create daunting challenges by stretching the local work force and straining basic infrastructure. This was the assessment of government officials during the U.S. Department of Interior's three-day Conference on Business Opportunities in the Islands held at the Sheraton Waikiki from April 6 to 9 . . .
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