As a prominent corporate and real estate entrepreneur in Texas, Marcus Hiles is principally interested in Texas’ track record regarding incoming business investment new to the state. “Establishments are choosing to build their companies in Texas in because of the advantages of business-friendly policies and a reliable workforce,” he notes. It is becoming common to see foreign investors rushing to the state and already more than a half million jobs have been established and exportations have risen steadily. Last year, exports had a value of $251 billion, a number which increased by 93 percent over the previous ten years with free trade agreement partners. The rest of the continent makes up the majority of Texas export recipients, followed by, China, Korea, and Brazil. The advantages would be similar for states like California, which lost over 1,500 businesses in the last eight years, Texas’ pro-growth stance primes it to usher in more companies, greater numbers of jobs, and increased exports in the years to come.
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