The goal is to be competitive enough to get a seat at the table, though, Cooper said, then have the the Raleigh area's livability and other attributes win the day.
"I know our incentives won't be the greatest compared to some of the other states," the governor told reporters Thursday. "But it will be competitive, and if we're competitive, then we can sell what we have."
Cooper said he'll discuss "particular proposals" with the General Assembly.
"I think that North Carolina has a good shot at this, and we're going to make a real go for it," he said.
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