Washington D.C. Economic Partnership to take more active role in bringing companies downtown | Washington Business Journal

September 22, 2022
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On September 22, 2022, D.C. Policy Center research was cited by Washington Business Journal:

Sellars said this entity will be focused just on D.C., which has had far less success than both Maryland and Virginia in attracting companies and generating jobs thus far. Of 120 large headquarters that have moved to Greater Washington this century, just 16 have come to the District itself, according to research from D.C. Policy Center, and the city is losing 2.4 jobs for every job it adds.

Read more: Washington D.C. Economic Partnership to take more active role in bringing companies downtown | Washington Business Journal

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