The state’s largest business advocacy group is meeting on the Isle of Palms this week.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce is holding its 34th annual summit At Wild Dunes Resort through Friday.
The bulk of the program is set for Thursday, when panelists will discuss topics such as tort reform, infrastructure needs, the Affordable Care Act, taxes and manufacturing skills.
Also, U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham and The InterTech Group CEO Anita Zucker will be recognized as public servant and business leader of the year, respectively.
On Friday, Gov. Nikki Haley is scheduled to attend the chamber summit to announce the findings of her 11-member Regulatory Review Task Force, which charged with finding ways reduce the burden that state rules impose on businesses.
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