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Badenhausen, Kurt
April 2008
Forbes Asia;4/7/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p43
The article describes the destinations included in "Forbes Asia" magazine's Best U.S. Places for Business and Careers. The city of Raleigh in North Carolina is in the top rank for its low business costs, strong job growth and a very educated labor supply. It is followed by the city of Boise in Idaho, where unemployment rate is only 2.3 percent. Other cities included in the ranking are Des Moines, Iowa, Lexington, Kentucky and Atlanta, Georgia.


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