Infrastructure is the basic foundation upon which economic development and growth is created and sustained.
A reasonable tax code and a sensible, predictable regulatory environment can encourage investment and business expansion by enabling entrepreneurs and managers to look forward with confidence and to plan for the future.
Boosting exports by America’s businesses is an essential element of a meaningful agenda for creating jobs in the next decade and beyond. Exports are expected to be increasingly important to the nation’s businesses in the years ahead because up to 85% of the world’s economic growth in the next five years is projected to take place outside the United States.
Governor Gary R. Herbert’s vision for Utah is that it “will lead the nation as the best performing economy and be recognized as a premier global business destination.” As Utah emerged from the recession,
The one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy is coming up next week, on October 29.
By: Rich Cooper, Vice President, Research & Emerging Issues
FEMA has been to America’s most shell-shocked communities.