On November 30th, Rapaport ran an article titled “Cost of Doing Business Survey Rates 421 Cities” regarding the Rose Institute’s recently published, 17th annual Kosmont-Rose Cost of Doing Business Survey.
The article discussed the general analysis conducted in the survey, specifically the five “Cost Rating” groups (very low cost, low cost, average cost, high cost, and very high cost). It proceeds to list the 20 most and least expensive cities, and then provides demographic analysis of the findings. Regarding the importance and usefulness of the survey, Larry Kosmont states, ”The survey is known as a ‘tie-breaker’ for companies contemplating a move or an expansion… information in the survey can be a cost and time saver.”
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