Economic Development Commissioner Katie Clark Sieben and Gov. Mark Dayton announce Friday the state is looking for business to expand in Minnesota and they have $24 million to attract them. Don Davis | Forum News Service
Dayton predicts new state program will add 5,000 jobs
ST. PAUL — A new statewide economic development program that replaces one strictly aimed at rural Minnesota provides state officials $24 million to lure business expansion by giving tax breaks of $1,000 to $3,000 per job they create.
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