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Perspectives on Global Enterprises, Corporate Location Decisions, and U.S. Policy Challenges

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Published on Feb 5, 2013

The future of the U.S. economy will be determined in significant part on whether the United States can win the "race for global innovation advantage." Each day our competitor nations are seeking to grow their economies by attracting technology-based firms to their borders. At the same time, companies are increasingly "shopping the world," searching for the best infrastructure, tax environment, and workforce when deciding where to locate production and R&D facilities and the jobs that go with them. If the U.S. does not keep pace with this new "retail" competition we risk falling further behind in the global race. Please join ITIF today for a top-level luncheon discussion with leaders in industry and government to explore key questions.

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