Top Kimberly-Clark exec says he’s not aware of offers from Arkansas to keep plant open

A top Kimberly-Clark official says he has “no interest in a bidding war” between Wisconsin and Arkansas over keeping a plant open in their respective states.
The company has faced a choice between shutting down the Neenah Cold Spring facility or one in Arkansas, both of which produce adult and feminine care products.
Kimberly-Clark Vice President of Global Marketing John Deitrich, who testified before the Joint Finance Committee this morning on the bill to offer the company incentives to keep the Neenah facility open, said Arkansas officials have reached out to ask if there's anything they can...

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