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incentive

a. an additional payment made to employees as a means of increasing production
b. (as modifier): an incentive scheme

Incentive

A discount, contribution, or amenity offered to a lessee of a property or facility.
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Times have changed, and most states find themselves behind the curve when it comes to strategic economic development," said John Lenin, economist and managing director of CB Richard Ellis' Economics Incentives Group.
Financial incentives are having a positive impact on Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts members.
Land trusts and conservation groups can play a key role in promoting active forest management with diverse income sources by supporting forestry policies while helping remove incentives to convert forests to other uses.
To satisfy the standing requirement, the Ohio and Michigan citizens here must show that they have suffered some actual or threatened injury as a result of the unlawful conduct of the State of Ohio in granting tax incentives to DaimlerChrysler and other manufacturers.
Patrick Tiberi (R-Ohio) the bills affirm Congress' intent that states have the authority to offer tax incentives to businesses for the purpose of stimulating economic development.
When it is time to pay out incentives, individual faculty member's points are divided by the total number of points obtained during that period to determine their proportion of the incentive.
are descending upon Southern California today to try and lure film and television production to their areas with enticing financial incentives and other perks.
North Carolina is not an exception--many states report similar percentages for unclaimed incentives and tax credits.
Products: Premiums, sales contests, ad specialties, and incentives tot every aspect of business
Boards must consider all the incentives tools at their disposal--and not simply take the path of least resistance.