Johnson, Diaz eager to see N.J. update its incentives program

July 22, 2018

When the state was trying to bounce back from the recession, the Grow New Jersey and Economic Redevelopment and Growth incentive programs made sense.

Ten years later, a realignment of goals is in order, a new report says.

The report by the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University said it was still too early to determine how successful the existing incentives have been for the state, but what is clear is that they have been unintentionally generous to some regions, to the detriment of most of the state.

ROI-NJ.com, July 23, 2018

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