Report Cites NJ Among Most Expensive States for Doing Business


Report Cites NJ Among Most Expensive States for Doing Business

by Victor Kinon on August 2, 2013

New Jersey is one of the most expensive places in the country to do business, according to CNBC. New Jersey dropped to 42nd in its recent report, America's Top States for Business 2013.

The latest ranking extends a declining trend in the annual report. In 2011, New Jersey ranked 30th overall. In 2012, the state plummeted to 41st position. This year, Connecticut, California and Hawaii joined New Jersey at the bottom of the list.

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