New Jersey Economic Development Guide
New Jersey has a diverse and innovative economy that includes major pharmaceuticals, life sciences, financial services, advanced manufacturing, renewable energy, and transportation and logistics sectors. Twenty Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in the state, which also has operations for more than 1,100 multinational companies representing 40 nations. With a Gross Domestic Product of $482 billion in 2009, if it were a standalone country, New Jersey would rank as the 19th-largest economy in the world. This comprehensive guide covers all this and more about the strong economic development and business climate in New Jersey.
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In This Issue:
|New Jersey shapes winning environment for life sciences, biopharmaceuticals||New programs spur manufacturing resurgence||Garden State cultivates strong financial services sector|