American Express Foregoes Incentives For North Carolina Data Services Center
American Express will spend $400 million on the facility, and forego $13 million that officials considered offering the company. That money would have gone to job creation, as well as water, sewer, and road improvements.
County Commissioner Paul Gibson said he thought American Express declined the incentives because it considers Guilford County a solid site for business.
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