Paying for jobs: How cities end up spending millions for corporate incentives
U.S.
March 12, 201811 min read2123 words
Published: March 12, 2018  |  11 min read2123 words
ByShareAre economic development megadeals worth the price—and the risk? With cities trying to outbid each other for , it’s worth examining potential cautionary tales.the recent Foxconn deal in Wisconsin, a blockbuster, multibillion-dollar investment in bringing more manufacturing...
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March 12, 2018
This is just like sports teams getting cities to pay for large stadiums. The pros are always overhyped and the cons understated. It really seems like large companies are taking advantage of their status to inevitably hurt towns and cities that are desperate to secure more economic growth.
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March 13, 2018
A nice example of how this has happened in the past.
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