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Indiana Grants Tax Breaks To Keep Carrier Jobs

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News video: Indiana Grants Tax Breaks To Keep Carrier JobsIn an effort to keep about 1,000 United Technologies jobs at its Carrier facility in Indiana, officials in the state have agreed to give the company $7 million worth of tax breaks over the course of 10 years. Carrier had previously planned on moving some of its work from Indiana to Mexico. With these new tax incentives the company will now invest around $16 million to continue operations in Indiana.

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