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Best/Worst States for Business 2012: Biggest Losses from 2011

No. 36 Minnesota Loses 7 Spots in 2012 Taxation and Regulations Workforce Quality Living Environment Based on CEO Survey by …

No 36: Minnesota

No. 36

Minnesota Loses 7 Spots in 2012

Taxation and Regulations
Workforce Quality
Living Environment

Based on CEO Survey by ChiefExecutive.net

Ranking Change from 2011
2012 Rank— 36
2011 Rank— 29
Total change— -7
Development Trend Indicator—Negative
Divided statehouse stalls progress on tort reform and other business concerns.

 

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