HARDWICK: Economic growth in Mississippi: It's past, present and future
There are 1 comment on the Mississippi Business Journal story from May 10, 2013, titled HARDWICK: Economic growth in Mississippi: It's past, present and future. In it, Mississippi Business Journal reports that:
The genesis of Mississippi's formal economic development effort as we know it today can be traced to the 1930's when industrialist and mayor of Columbia Hugh L. White convinced Reliance Manufacturing Company to open a facility in Marion County by offering incentives to do so.
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