The state has handed out millions of dollars in incentives to spur development, but not every company wants or needs them

Government incentives tied to job creation or real estate development are intended to keep businesses in Rhode Island, attract new employers and spur economic growth. They have been used heavily in the past two years in Rhode Island, and some would argue successfully. They have attracted new companies and helped to create jobs. Through March…

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