Watch: Here’s how Amazon’s HQ2 incentives add up

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Nov.November 21, 2018 07:00 AM

Amazon announced it will split its $5 billion second headquarters between Queens and Northern Virginia, with a smaller footprint in Nashville. But the incentives given to the company have inspired a backlash. Here’s a breakdown of the tax breaks and subsidies the e-commerce giant will be getting from state and local governments.


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