Gov. Larry Hogan will embark on his third trade mission this month, visiting Paris and London in an effort to drum up business for Maryland.
Hogan will leave June 17 and return June 23, said Allison S. Mayer, managing director of marketing and communications in the state Commerce Department.
The governor will lead a delegation of eight state officials and employees who will meet with business leaders in the French and British capitals.
The governor's first stop will be France, where he will spend two days at the Paris Air Show — the world's premier aerospace industry exhibition. Mayer said Maryland is one of 20 states that will exhibit at the show and that Hogan will...