Apple Deal Shows Cut-throat Race for New Business among Cash-strapped States

Coming out of the recession, states are aggressively competing for new businesses. To do that, they’re offering generous tax incentive packages to companies promising jobs. But such tax incentives are facing criticism for promoting a race to the bottom among states.
August 7, 2012

Coming out of the recession, states are aggressively competing for new businesses. To do that, they’re offering generous tax incentive packages to companies promising jobs. But such tax incentives are facing criticism for promoting a race to the bottom among states.

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