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Target set to get millions in tax dollars for office in Brooklyn Park

Finance and Commerce poses the question "Why does Target need Brooklyn Park’s money?" That's just the cost of doing business, according to state and local officials. The news site says critics of economic development incentives point to cases like this one when they say tax donations don't create jobs.
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Finance and Commerce poses the question "Why does Target need Brooklyn Park’s money?" That's just the cost of doing business, according to state and local officials. The news site says critics of economic development incentives point to cases like this one when they say tax donations don't create jobs.

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