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Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development

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  • Analysts urge state to scrap film tax credit

    Analysts urge state to scrap film tax credit
    State analysts urged lawmakers Tuesday to scrap Maryland's film tax credit, arguing the state hasn't benefited enough from the $62.5 million poured into television and movie companies since 2012.
  • AstraZeneca adding 300 jobs in Frederick in $200M expansion

    AstraZeneca adding 300 jobs in Frederick in $200M expansion
    British drugmaker AstraZeneca is doubling down on Maryland, spending $200 million to expand its Frederick manufacturing facility a year after shifting hundreds of out-of-state jobs to Montgomery County. Company officials said Friday that they are...

    Is Maryland's business scene as bad as Hogan says?

    Is Maryland's business scene as bad as Hogan says?
    Larry Hogan, the Republican candidate for governor, smartly focuses his campaign messaging on the need to give the Maryland economy a lift. It's not an original idea, and certainly de rigueur for any Republican in any election year. But as he builds a...

    State to seek repayment of Bechtel loan

    State to seek repayment of Bechtel loan
    Maryland officials plan to seek repayment of a $9.5 million loan they gave the global engineering and construction giant Bechtel Corp. as an incentive to keep jobs in the state, after the firm said this week that it would relocate a "substantial" part...

    Maryland company to open 3-D printer plant

    Maryland company to open 3-D printer plant
    Meet Micro, a cube-shaped 3-D printer that could stand on your desk or kitchen counter, carries on its plastic shoulders part of an effort to turn Maryland into a center of a fast-growing technology. Micros will soon be shipping out by the thousands...