New data from the state commerce department shows economic incentive projects designed to lure new jobs continue to land in the state's wealthiest counties, despite criticism that the strategy is leaving needier, rural areas of the state behind.11
Tags: Department of Commerce, Incentives, John Skvarla, Economic Development and Jobs
Almost 40 percent of the companies North Carolina officials announced would bring jobs to the state in exchange for taxpayer-funded incentive cash have failed to hire a single worker, according to new data from the Commerce Department.20
Tags: Economic Development and Jobs, Incentives, Department of Commerce, John Skvarla
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