Industrial Location Factors

August 31, 2010 at 6:06 am Leave a comment

As the economy begins to show signs of recovery, some manufacturers will be making plans for expansion or relocation. One of the most common factors companies consider when making a move is the tax rate of a particular region.

While taxes are important, companies may discover states with low rates are still cost prohibitive because of high property costs or a lack of qualified labor, says Dana Olson, president and CEO of site-selection firm Ecodev LLC. Read the story here.


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