Wichita is a great place to do business. In fact, it’s the seventh-least-taxing large city in the nation, according to the new 2006 Kosmont-Rose Institute Cost of Doing Business Survey. Can it do even better? No doubt. So can the state, which had the fourth-worst job growth in the nation during the first quarter. But the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce and other economic development groups need to brag about Wichita’s business climate to anyone who will listen.
Posted by Phillip Brownlee
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