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Why Companies Choose the United States: Beyond Incentives – Part 2 | Tradeology, the ITA Blog


“The advantages of each candidate location will be traded against the one-time and long term costs and potential risks among other alternatives,” DePrez said. “Particularly when comparing global candidates, costs are just one piece, and incentives may be more or less important depending on the sector, type of operation, company culture and priorities of the CEO.

“Often they are important to offset one-time costs for training, or relocation, or to level the playing field through infrastructure improvements,” he added.

via Why Companies Choose the United States: Beyond Incentives – Part 2 | Tradeology, the ITA Blog.

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