Gov. Holcomb, IEDC announce record-setting first quarter in commitments

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The Indiana Economic Development Corporation has secured more than $20 billion dollars in committed capital investment so far, this year, marking the highest quarter on record for capital investment.
According to the governor, the Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development leaders, during the first quarter, 45 companies have committed to locate or expand in Indiana.
If all follows through, that could result in more than 51-hundred new jobs with an average wage of nearly $34/hour – or more than $70,000 annually.
The Development Corporation says the committed capital investment already totals more than 70% of the capital investment committed in all of last year. .

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