Georgia – Georgia's capital is Atlanta
(Pronounced jawr-jyh and at-lan-tuh)
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With a population approaching 11 million, Georgia is regularly recognised as the number one state for business and labour conditions, workforce training and economic development. Located in the southeastern region, the state's landscape is diverse, from the Appalachian mountains in the north to the Atlantic coastal plain in the south-east. Major industries in Georgia include mining, textiles, agriculture and logistics. A large number of major companies have headquarters in Georgia, including UPS, Coca-Cola, Delta Air Lines and Honeywell. Savannah, on the banks of the Savannah River near Georgia's Atlantic coast, is the fastest-growing container seaport in North America.
Georgia's state capital, Atlanta, has a population of about 500,000. The city boasts the world's busiest airport, as measured both by passenger and aircraft traffic. Atlanta is an important city in the global economic system. Its major growth industries include finance, insurance, technology, manufacturing, real estate, logistics, transportation and trade events.