More encouragement, fewer disincentives, needed

September 1993
Modern Machine Shop;Sep93, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p320
Trade Publication
Presents a comment from Mike LaMonica of Bridgeport Machines Inc. on government's role in the machine-tool manufacturing industry. Elimination of disincentives; Investment tax credit; Workforce education program; Buttressing business as a key to economic revival; Retardation of improvement due to tax and regulatory burdens.


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