AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine Gov. Paul LePage will soon head to China to visit with a company regarding a potential manufacturing project in northern Maine.
The Republican is scheduled to leave Maine for Beijing on June 21. His office said that he was invited by a company that's headquartered there to discuss an investment and manufacturing project in Maine.
Peter Steele, a spokesman for LePage, said representatives from the company are interested in the Loring Commerce Center in Limestone.