Growing and keeping companies in Indiana

Johnson, Richard L.
November 2000
Indiana Business Magazine;Nov2000, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p112
Provides insights on growing and keeping business companies in Indiana. Elimination of the inventory tax; Improvement in the K-12 educational system; Consortia between the industrial and education sectors; Significance of the Growth 100 awards to the economic conditions of the state.


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