Plano is a city which pioneered giving tax breaks to companies, as it did with JC Penney and EDS in 1986-87, that uplifted the whole economy of Plano, Texas. Contrast that with Garland, Texas where the elders did not want to give tax breaks to JC Penny, Dallas residents did not want to give tax incentives to the football stadium, that went to Arlington, Garland resisted the town east mall, Mesquite got it. For the last 15 years, the Citizens of Dallas have not passsed the bond to complete the project River Walk, the likes of San Antonio, that will burst our economy... It is all lack of leadership world wide.
I am considering consulting with the business leaders to start on campaigns to bring about a positive change for growth. Way back when the Diboll project was in doldrums in Maharashtra, Enron had contacted me to do their PR to turn the hostility into a conducive environment... I actually talke to the guy who is in Federal Penitentiary for all the robbing he did. Thank God, I was not a part of that.
Select India Articles about India at http://mikeghouseforindia.blogspot.com
How much of this is exaggerated, needs to be verified
Rising Risk: Foreign Firms Sense Hostility in India
Amol Sharam, Megha Bahree and Paul Beckett
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