Thousands of jobs are coming to the state. It’s being billed a the largest economic development project in state history: The company will build a $10 billion plant that will employ as many as 13,000 people. ZeroHedge reports:
The plant is expected to open in 2020 and be on a 20 million square-foot campus on at least 1,000 acres, a campus Walker’s office has dubbed “Wisconn Valley” according to the Wisconsin State Journal. The plant could be the first of several facilities the company intends to build in the United States and will start with 3,000 employees, a staff that could eventually grow by 10,000.
Furthermore, Walker’s office projected the project would create at least 22,000 “indirect and induced jobs” throughout Wisconsin and will generate an estimated $181 million in state and local tax revenues annually, including $60 million in local property taxes.
President Trump was ecstatic: “This is a great day for American workers and manufacturers and for everybody who believes in the concept and the label Made in the USA,” he said.Read more at TheFederalistpapers