Economic Incentives Retooled

Alabama needed to update its incentives to stay competitive with other Southeastern states, says Rick Davis of Birmingham Business Alliance.   When Alabama reached into its economic incentive toolbox in the early 1990s, the state pulled out a hammer. On the strength of an incentives package worth nearly $240 million, Alabama surprised most observers by…

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