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Here’s why American cities are fighting over Amazon’s headquarters

Here’s why American cities are fighting over Amazon’s headquarters

NEW YORK: American cities are in a fierce competition to be chosen as the site of a second Amazon headquarters; the reasons behind are $5 billion investment and 50,000 jobs.

While there are huge benefits for the cities to have a headquarters of such a big company, there are some drawbacks as well, the Business Insider reported.

Los Angeles Times columnist Michael Hiltzik writes that Amazon is taking advantage of the local communities that are putting together bids — which will presumably include generous tax incentives — for a planned $5 billion, 50,000-job facility.

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