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Location, economy, and culture are just a few reasons why so many businesses are attracted to California.
The latest round of the Golden State incentives went to 14 companies who are expected to create 2,327 new jobs.
The Golden State is increasing the benefits for manufacturers that participate in its recently launched CA Made state labeling program.
GO-Biz Committee will award tax credits to 114 companies expanding in California, generating over $828 million in total investment.
The Canadian manufacturer of the eLion, the first Type C electric school bus made in North America, plans to locate a new manufacturing facility in California.
The new facility, in the heart of the Silicon Valley, will employ 400 and serve as the company’s center of global software development.
DRÄXLMAIER will invest $24 million and create 300 new jobs at its new Livermore, CA manufacturing plant.
The Golden State has replaced its Enterprise Zone program with what it calls a “more modern” set of tools, including a bevy of new tax credits.