ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota is fasten a follow to land Amazon’s second headquarters.
The e-commerce behemoth formed in Seattle announced Thursday it’s seeking to build a second headquarters, environment off a national race. Dozens of cities and states are approaching to compete. The association says it will spend $5 billion and could move adult to 50,000 jobs.
Gov. Mark Dayton pronounced in a matter Thursday he’s directing his administration to contention a proposal. State and internal officials began assembly hours after Amazon’s proclamation to plead how to partisan a company.
Amazon already has a tiny footprint in Minnesota. The association operates a placement core in Shakopee and a tiny tech outpost in downtown Minneapolis.
Dayton says a state has already proven to Amazon that Minnesota is a good place to work and live.
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