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|Analyze the incentives awarded to specific companies||Compare incentives across locations to identify optimal location solutions||Understand the incentive programs being offered around the world|
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|Identify the incentive programs awarding incentives||Analyze the incentives awarded to specific companies|
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All types of fiscal incentives offered to companies to establish new operations or to expand an existing operation are included. To be included, the investment project must create new employment/retain existing and involve a certain amount of capital investment. The main types of incentives recorded are: Tax Rebate, Grant or Subsidy, Loan or Credit, and Non-Financial incentives, such as infrastructure development. Incentive packages offered but not accepted by a company and those which were subjected to clawbacks are included.
For each deal a description of the incentive package is provided together with a general overview of the investment project. Key information is collected on the company making the investment, the sector, activity, and location of the investment at country, state, and city level.
The financial value of the incentives awarded is provided together with the job creation and/or capital investment being made by the company. The incentive program and focus is also provided with a web-link to the program for further information.
A list of some of the key tags / fields recorded for each deal:
We have incentive deals dating back to 2010. While the focus is on real-time information, we also ensure that as older data is released it is timely updated to the database giving a true reflection of incentives on offer.
Our team of analysts screen over 20,000 corporate, media and EDO sources in multiple languages, on a daily basis to identify relevant deals.
We use NAICS as well as our in-house industry classifications which are made up of a simplified amalgamation of international industry standards including NAICS, SIC, NACE codes in order for the IncentivesFlow database to be globally applicable.
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