Top Business States in U.S.
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AEDI/Pollina Corporate Top 10 Pro-Business Study for 2014
The International Monetary Fund states that the U.S. lacks a “credible strategy” to stabilize its mounting debt. The lingering recession, deficit spending, family debt, disastrous trade policies, offshoring of jobs, high taxes, tax loopholes, choking regulations, a decline in research and development, overzealous unions, out-of-control medical costs, and an outdated educational system are convincing evidence of the failure of the American economic model.
Most of these problems stem from political leadership, both Democratic and Republican, that has been unable to perceive and adjust to the rigors of a global economy and the competition it has created. This same leadership is so focused on each election and the funding necessary to win that it has lost sight of its responsibility to the American people.
The study examines 32 factors relative to state efforts to be pro-business and has become recognized as the “Gold Standard” for evaluating states. It is the most comprehensive and impartial examination (with no advertising) of states available.
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Full Report Now Available
The full report of the AEDI / Pollina CorporateTop 10 Pro-Business States for 2014 is now downloadable in a PDF format by clicking here, which will link you to the document in the the Monograph Archive .
You will also find the individaul sections of the report available in the Monograph Archive, or click here for the Top 10 Selection Process; click here for Regional Districution of Winners; click here for Clear Winner and Contenders; click here for the Executive Summary of the study; click here for The AEDI/ Pollina Corporate 50-state ranking; click here for the 2014 Report Cards.
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