COLUMBUS, Ohio (WDTN) - Fifteen economic projects expected to result in more than $56 million in new payroll, and spur approximately $190 million in investment across Ohio will benefit from Ohio tax credits, State Senator Widener (R-Springfield) announced Monday.
The incentives are projected to create 1,328 jobs and retain another 2,681 jobs statewide.
"Bringing new jobs and careers to Ohio and our area is my number one goal" Widener said. "I am encouraged by this good news and will continue to promote pro-job growth policies that result in jobs and careers for fellow Ohioans."
In Madison County, G-TEKT North America Corporation is expected to create 23 full-time positions, generating $745,915 in annual payroll.
G-TEKT participates in new automobile development by auto manufacturers.
The Ohio Tax Credit Authority approved a 55 percent, eight-year Job Creation Tax Credit for this project.
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