Arkansas official says proposed Wis. subsidies to keep Kimberly-Clark ‘unprecedented’

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The head of Arkansas' economic development agency said the Foxconn-like incentives Wisconsin is considering in an attempt to keep open a Kimberly-Clark plant is "unprecedented" for jobs that already exist.
The Wisconsin package is part of an effort to keep open a plant in the Fox Valley that makes similar products as a company facility in Conway, Ark., which is also in danger of being closed.
Arkansas Economic Development Commission Executive Director Mike Preston said in a statement to WisPolitics.com that indications are now that the plant there will close based on "word from employees and v...

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