States across the country, including New York, are finding new and innovative ways to lure corporations, entrepreneurs, investors and developers, something the Garden State isn't doing enough of according to state business leaders.
Garden State CEOs think things have gotten better in New Jersey and they expect the trend to continue. The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers has released its 2013 C-Suite survey today. Against the backdrop of a still-struggling economy, business leaders still think the state is making improvements.
The ranking Republican of the state Senate's budget committee says New Jersey is so over-regulated and over-taxed that he would move his manufacturing company to Pennsylvania if he wasn't a state senator.
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