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Report: Maryland’s manufacturing, logistics sectors score poorly

July 31st, 2019 by WCBC Radio

Maryland’s manufacturing and logistics sectors score poorly in annual report from Ball State University Maryland improved from "C" to "C+" in its liability gap and from "F" to "D" in its global position. The state kept the grades of "B" in productivity and innovation, "C" in human capital and benefits costs, "C-" in diversification, and "D" in manufacturing and logistics. Maryland declined from "C-" to "D" in its tax climate category.

 

The 2019 Manufacturing Scorecard from Ball State’s Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) analyzes how each state ranks among its peers in several areas of the economy that underlie the success of manufacturing and logistics.

 

These specific measures include: manufacturing and logistics industry health, human capital, cost of worker benefits, diversification of the industries, state-level productivity and innovation, expected fiscal liability, tax climate, and global reach.

 

Visit the Manufacturing Scorecard project website to view the performance history for each state and an archive of past reports with insight into the manufacturing industry: mfgscorecard.cberdata.org

 

One Response to “Report: Maryland’s manufacturing, logistics sectors score poorly”

  1. July 31, 2019 at 1:14 pm, jackblack said:

    THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF MARYLAND—AND THEIR LIBERAL,WE’RE BETTER THAN EVERYBODY ELSE POLICIES SCORE AGAIN. WHEN CAN I GET A FROSTY MUG AT FOOTER’S?,YOU WOULD THINK PROHIBITION WAS ON TAP,RATHER THAN–SOMETHING GOOD FOR EVERYONE TO ENJOY…

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