Growing business in R.I. is not an insurmountable task

SELF-HELP: Ferguson Perforating in Providence expanded in 2015 and 2016 without the help of state or city tax incentives. Above, David Silva moves rolls of sheet metal with a hydraulic lift. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
SELF-HELP: Ferguson Perforating in Providence expanded in 2015 and 2016 without the help of state or city tax incentives. Above, David Silva moves rolls of sheet metal with a hydraulic lift. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo has made creating jobs in Rhode Island a centerpiece of her administration, and to that end has built or modified a number of economic-development incentives to attract capital and people here. The last year has seen a number of successes on this front, with local companies expanding and non-Rhode Island enterprises…

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