How do you get manufacturing to come back to your state?
CNN Money reporter Parija Kavilanz says that states like Indiana, Utah, and Idaho are betting on a resurgence in manufacturing, and are "aggressively rolling out the red carpet to businesses to set up shop or expand production within their borders."
Just how do they entice manufacturing back to their state?
As Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) Executive Director Scott Paul explains, there are some key incentives:
"Their high-level sell generally includes tax breaks, incentives for training workers, low utility rates and incentives for using alternative energy," said Scott Paul, executive director with the Alliance for American Manufacturing.
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