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Company that eyed Brunswick Co. plans SC expansion

A company that chose South Carolina over a site in Brunswick County for the home of a new factory is planning to expand that facility.

New Hanover Commission approves $275,000 in incentives

Tonight the New Hanover County Commission approved $275,000 in economic incentives for AAIPharma. The money will be used for the pharmaceutical company to expand their business in Wilmington.

NC House budget plan spends $1B more next year; $60M for film grant

The North Carolina House wants to spend $1 billion more to run state government next year compared with the current year.

Broad cuts, narrow tax breaks boost NC business better?

North Carolina legislators who say their corporate and personal income tax cuts two years ago spurred job growth are debating whether to preserve elective tax breaks Gov. Pat McCrory wants to expand.

House members: Historic preservation tax credit in line with tax overhaul

North Carolina House members are pressing the Senate to approve a bill that partially restores the historic preservation tax credit, which expired at the first of the year as part of a tax overhaul.

NC commerce secretary defends need for more incentives money

A top advocate of Gov. Pat McCrory's request for more money for North Carolina business incentives is facing skepticism from Senate Republicans who believe lower tax rates is the better way to attract companies.

NC Museum of History uses exhibit to push for tax credit

The NC Museum of History is using an exhibit of photographs of abandoned buildings to push for the restoration of the historic preservation tax credit.

New bill would restore film, historic preservation tax incentives

videoA bill filed today in Raleigh calls for restoring several tax incentives, including credits for film projects and historic preservation.

Wilmington, New Hanover leaders push for legislative session on film incentives

videoMembers of the New Hanover County Commission and Wilmington City Council signed a joint letter to Gov. Pat McCrory, House Speaker Thom Tillis and Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger yesterday asking them to call for a special legislative session to "reconsider film incentives that will better serve North Carolina in remaining marketable and competitive" in the film industry.

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