Kosmont-Rose Survey Cited

The Attack Machine blog posts quotes from an article on our annual Kosmont-Rose Cost of Doing Business Survey:

Recent business surveys by Kosmont & Associates, a private consulting group, and the Rose Institute at Claremont McKenna College rank the city as the second most expensive in which to do business in California.Larry Kosmont, co-author of the Kosmont-Rose Institute report, says business costs in L.A. average between 2 1/2 to five times those of more business-friendly cities.

For instance, a $10-million office or retail operation pays about $59,000 in annual utility taxes and license fees to do business in L.A., compared with $9,300 in Pasadena, $904 in Burbank and zero in Rosemead.

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