Ohio ranks high for its manufacturing and logistics industries, but its tax climate and unfunded liabilities puts the state in the middle of the pack, according to a new report from Indiana’s Ball State University.
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Ohio’s 2014 manufacturing and logistics grades
Human Capital: C
Worker Benefit Costs: C
Tax Climate: C
Expected Liability Gap: C
Global Reach: A
Sector Diversification: C+
Productivity and Innovation: C
Source: Ball State University Center for Business and Economic Research