2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 34 - LABOR AND WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
Section 34:1B-89 - Findings, declarations relative to business relocations
34:1B-89.Findings, declarations relative to business relocations
2. The Legislature finds and declares that:
a. A 1993 survey of business relocations reveals that business relocations to New Jersey came from 12 other states and nine foreign locations;
b. Intra-regional moves accounted for over three-fourths of the business relocations with 56 businesses moving to this State from New York, and eight from New England and Pennsylvania;
c. Businesses which relocated to New Jersey represent a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, transportation, financial services and other service industries;
d. Testimony taken during hearings held by the General Assembly Task Force on Business Retention, Expansion and Export Opportunities revealed that other states have been much more aggressive than New Jersey in promoting business relocations through telemarketing, direct mail and "on site" visits to promote business relocations from other states and foreign locations; and
e. It is, therefore, in the public interest for New Jersey to participate in the organization of State Relocation Missions and Foreign Relocation Missions in order to compete more effectively with what other states are doing to promote business relocations from other states and foreign locations.
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