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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...4yrs

No, spend that money on improving infrastructure and the community to attract companies

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Yes, if the company promises to create new jobs by hiring local residents

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...4yrs

Yes, as long as the tax revenue will eventually exceed the tax incentives

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...4yrs

Yes, but I would prefer lowering corporate taxes to benefit all local companies

@96X5V8M answered…1mo

Yes, but local residents should vote on the offer and local businesses and environment should be supported

@96PQVSD answered…1mo

Yes, if the company provides jobs in the local area and if the tax revenue will eventually exceed the tax incentives

@965TC6R answered…2mos

Yes, but only if local citizens can vote on this and only if new jobs will be created in the area.

@962VZL8 answered…2mos

If it won't compromise the environment, hires from the local area and the local people can vote on what incentives are offered.

@95NMVQ3 answered…3mos

No spend that money on improving Infrastructure and the community to attract companies but punish them for moving jobs out the country if necessary

@946GFJL answered…4mos

Yes, but limits need to be set so that companies do not take advantage off the state.

@92YXDMQ answered…7mos

yes but only if it is certain they will help the community they are relocating to

@92QBNGB answered…7mos

Increasing the number of jobs outside of London is important for long term stability

@8ZP7CSF answered…9mos

@8YVLB36 answered…10mos

Nationalise them if they cam provide lots of jobs if they are not willing to relocate

@8YGGHN7 answered…11mos

In principle yes,, but these deals should come under close scrutiny as it would be open to abuse and corrupt practises. Local government should encourage economic growth preferably by investing in smaller already locally based companies.

@8Y7VGPHPlaid Cymru answered…11mos

@8Y666TX answered…11mos

Yes, if the company promises to create new jobs by hiring local residents and improve infrastructure and the community to attract companies

@8XRM65M answered…1yr

@DAVIEBrexit Party answered…1yr

This would have to be discussed and voted both nationally and in regional districts.

@8VKBBVRLabour answered…1yr

As long as the local population are offered jobs, the local environment is not compromised and the economic net positive benefits said area (ie. enriching economic, social, cultural, educational, etc life)—be wary as to corporate monopolies alongside moderate to thorough governance and genuinely liveable wages.

@8TXYYCG answered…1yr

Yes provided there is evidence that the assistance will deliver net additional employment or output and doesn’t just displace from one place to another

@8SLNTH3 answered…2yrs

Yes, as long as the local environment is not compromised and they promise to create new jobs by hiring local residence

@8SL4WYQ answered…2yrs

No, they should be offering training programs to the unemployed and keeping jobs in the UK

@8SKLDCQ answered…2yrs

Yes as long as existing jobs are protected and new ones are created

@8SKJTS5Conservative answered…2yrs

Yes, but only to relocate from other countries, not from within the UK.

@8S9BHJBPlaid Cymru answered…2yrs

Yes, as long as the environment is unharmed and local jobs are created

@8S8ZZ37Plaid Cymru answered…2yrs

Yes, as long as the environment is not compromised and it creates jobs

@8RVJ8SV answered…2yrs

No, but cities should be allowed to offer non-monetary incentives to attract incoming businesses.

@8Q4F8DP answered…2yrs

Yes as long as there is not a tax break incentive and the company hires local residents and boosts the local economy.

@8Q2QX7KLabour answered…2yrs

Amazon should not be punished for its success - most people are happy to benefit from its many operations. If it creates jobs and wealth for local people and doesn't adversely affect other businesses in the area then it could work

@8PXMNJ8Labour answered…2yrs

Yes, as long as the environment is not compromised and money is brought into the city's economy

@8PGZTFZ answered…2yrs

Yes, as long as the local environment is not compromised, if the company promises to create new jobs by hiring local residents and but I would prefer lowering corporate taxes to benefit all local companies

@8P4GFJHGreen answered…2yrs

No, use the money to incentives greener businesses while still maintaining or even making new jobs

@8NWWP8V answered…2yrs

private companies should be owned collectivised and owned by the workers

@8KMJC68 answered…2yrs

@8KJS969 answered…2yrs

Yes, because I believe it could have a positive impact on the economy

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