Georgia Officials Won’t Reveal Business Development Incentives Said to Be ‘In Progress’

Georgia officials have lauded the decisions of companies to either relocate their headquarters or expand their operations in Georgia.

Whether the state of Georgia offered tax incentives to those companies is a closely-guarded secret, and taxpayers will not know until the state says the project is complete and no longer “in progress.”

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Remington Firearms Reveal Huge Plans for LaGrange, Georgia

Remington Firearms (RemArms) announced Monday that they will locate their global headquarters in LaGrange, Georgia.

RemArms officials, in a press release, also said they will open an advanced manufacturing operation and a research and development center in LaGrange. The press release did not elaborate.

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New Georgia Report Shows Investments, Job Creation Increasing Around the State

Georgia officials have announced that economic development projects throughout the state during fiscal year 2021 have delivered record-setting jobs and investments. This, according to a press release that Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and officials with the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) published this week.

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