ANNOUNCEMENT 01 Jun 2011In June 2011, a local US government announced a targeted tax change.
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Main data from Good Jobs First at http://www.goodjobsfirst.org/sites/default/files/docs/Megadeals_February2015.xlsx. Matthew Watkins, "A big price tag," Dallas Morning News (March 3, 2013).
Denton County, Texas and a local city (The Colony) extended incentives worth $802 million to Nebraska Furniture Mart in 2011 for a furniture megastore and its surrounding development. The project received both tax increment financing from the county and assistance via the city's creation of a tax-increment reinvestment zone.
A general concern about these submissions is that they may distortinter-state rather than inter-national commerce. Sure, they makeproduction less costly and thus potentially lower domestic marketprices.
As no official source could be obtained, this measure is coded "amber".