A troubled city tries to recruit business

Daks, Martin
October 1996
Business News New Jersey;10/30/96, Vol. 9 Issue 22, p4
Discusses the challenges facing Morris G. Smith, director of Camden Industrial Development Corp. in Camden, New Jersey, in recruiting businesses to the area. Incentives offered to companies wishing to locate in Camden; Smith's plans for the Camden's economic revival.


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