CEA President John C. Mozena writes in the Detroit News: “Companies don’t walk away from billions of dollars in free money very often. Amazon’s willingness to do so by giving up on its proposed “HQ2” facility in New York City is the best example to date of how quickly these deals fall apart when the people who will be bearing the costs start asking hard questions about what they’re getting in return.”

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