"The overall cost to businesses will be less than it was a year ago," Garen Franzini, chief executive officer of the EDA, says of the combined impact of the proposed fee and interest rate changes for loans. The fee changes the EDA wants seem justified, according to Gualberto "Gil" Medina, executive managing director of real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, who headed the state's commerce department during Gov. Christie Whitman's regime and launched the BEIP program in 1996.
N.J. businesses find opportunities amid Wall Street’s turmoil EDA to Make Incentive Programs Less Costly A Good Time Assorted fees set to increase, bu
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