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November 2013

Cover Story
Top U.S. Business Climates
Sunny Day In Georgia: Gov. Nathan Deal says a diversified economy, low-cost energy, enviable logistics assets and an ear for what businesses require to succeed and to expand are what separated his state from..
What Do Foreign Companies Know That U.S. Companies Don’t?
Lots of states have foreign-owned companies to thank for healthy capital investment flows and new jobs in 2012.
Data Centers
Macro-Data Micro-Climates
The shifting landscape for data center site selection funnels enterprise users and co-location facilities down separate paths.
What’s Your Vector?
Two veterans in the business of aerospace and economic development talk shop.
Incentives Update
Making the Most of Incentives Opportunities
Ports & Free Trade Zones
Have Special Economic Zones Entered the 21st Century?
Separating from the pack may require breaking free from the past.
Global Automotive
Once and Future Kings
Companies make capacity adjustments, as demographics rule location choices. But to every rule there are exceptions.
Business Retention
Right Under Your Nose
Economic development organizations and existing businesses make for a natural alliance.
Medical Devices & Equipment
Economic Injections
To grow effectively, companies have to place their money in exactly the right spot.
Investment Profile
Asia and Beyond: Why Malaysia makes sense for regional establishments with a global perspective.
Investment Profile
‘Positive, Professional And Proactive’: Clients of Ascendas are unanimous in their characterization of the work space provider’s business standards and understanding of their current and future real estate requirements.
Investment Profile
Invest In Turkey
Fabric for the Future: Turkey blends strength and stability with diversity and youthful energy to show an entire region how to be a global leader.
Investment Profile
Paving a Path to Efficiency: By cutting red tape and implementing e-permitting, Pennsylvania agencies are shortening the time for businesses to go from project concept to opening.
Investment Profile
Toledo, Ohio
The Network Is Responding: JobsOhio knows that regions know best. Faster turnaround for companies in growth mode is the pleasing result in Northwest Ohio and beyond.
Special Advertising Section
Manufacturing Is Truly Making Indiana A State That Works
Special Advertising Section
Top Business Park Locations
The Changing Industrial Park Landscape: Technology and infrastructure requirements demand that business parks today be more flexible than ever.
Special Advertising Section
University Alliances
UGA Puts Georgia on Corporate Developers’ Minds
North American Reports
Chinese FDI in the US and Mexico; multiple projects from Shaw Industries; the hottest US foreign trade zones; and a big treat for Tennessee from Unilever.
Reaching Across the Pond
Think free trade agreements are all sound bites and no action? Think again.
World Reports
Ryanair lands in Lithuania; why FDI in Costa Rica is rising; a fresh look at R&D outsourcing.
Above and Beyond
Tenants at regional work space developer Ascendas’ properties in China give it high marks for client service.
Janus Report
Mitigating Risk
Industry leaders and site consultants share best practices with economic developers.
IAMC Insider
Listening and Serving
Building a Better Climate
Tax law changes and other reforms are remaking the Upper Midwest.
Flight Plan
Gov. Jay Inslee punches up an agenda for growth.
Upstate New York
‘No Taxes Means No Taxes’
The corporate real estate veteran picked to lead a groundbreaking state program says START-UP NY will do exactly that for the state’s economy.
Eastern Seaboard
First Place To Turn
Snapshots of projects along America’s First Coast
Southwest U.S.
Getting Schooled
How colleges and universities are jumpstarting economic development in the Southwest.
A bakery closed by bankruptcy receives a major investment thanks to a community-wide effort to retain important jobs.
Big Skies, Open Questions
How true is Montana’s economic trajectory, and will land-use issues drag it down?
The Data’s in the Details
Why Microsoft is just the latest to fall in love with Wyoming.
Ohio River Corridor
Cropping Up
Natural gas fires up projects up and down the banks of the Ohio, including one whopper of a fertilizer plant.
The Road More Traveled
How Travelers selected Greater Omaha, and what that means for Nebraska.
Farm to Table
Food and beverage ecosystems are now in place in the Commonwealth of Virginia, attracting investment from companies in every part of the sector.
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