Sales Rule in CA's '10 Budget Could Make State More Attractive to Life-Sci Shops, Exec Says | GenomeWeb

California’s recent decision to cut corporate income taxes for life-science companies and many other employers as of 2011 by changing how they can calculate what they owe is likely to boost the state’s odds of attracting more biomanufacturing activity, according to the CEO of an expansion-minded biopharma headquartered in the state.

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