In an interview with Bloomberg News, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed makes clear what Connecticut is up against in the fight to keep GE from moving its headquarters out of state:
“We will be offering whatever is reasonable to get it done if we have the opportunity,” Reed said. “Having one of the top 10 most important companies in the world put their logo over the city of Atlanta skyline is not just about the tax-break number. It is about what it says to the world."
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