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Virginia Named "Top State for Business" by CNBC

In a live broadcast this morning, Governor Ralph Northam announced that Virginia has been named America’s “Top State for Business” by CNBC.   The ranking is determined by CNBC following an extensive study of all 50 states based on 64 metrics in 10 categories of competitiveness. Virginia is tied with Texas for most years named top state for business by CNBC, with wins in 2007, 2009, 2011, and now 2019.

Read the Governor's full press release or watch a short video.

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