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New NAM Study Gives Roadmap for U.S. Job Creation and Long-Term Growth

A new economic report conducted by the Milken Institute and sponsored by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) shows that changes to economic and tax policies and investment in key infrastructure project categories could create more than 11 million jobs in the United States this decade.

Jobs for America: Investments and Policies for Economic Growth and Competitiveness, a study conducted by the Milken Institute, analyzes how reducing corporate tax rates, establishing a permanent research and development (R&D) credit, modernizing the U.S. system of export controls and making major investments in energy and transportation infrastructure would create jobs and make the United States more competitive.

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