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Since training increases the competitiveness of a work force, why, then, did only 56.6 percent of the respondents to Area Development's 2007 Corporate Survey rank training programs as "important" or "very important"? Respondents may have been more concerned with project incentives that impact the direct cost of the company's proposed project, like property tax abatement, infrastructure assistance, or corporate income tax credits.
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