Opening paragraphs from “Ohio makes the grade in a report card on each state’s manufacturing industry”, Crain’s Cleveland Business, crainscleveland.com, Scott Suttell, August 5, 2019
Ohio’s manufacturing industry is in pretty good shape, a new report found, though the state trails some of its nearby competitors.
In the report from Ball State University, the state received a solid “B,” the same grade it earned in the 2018 analysis of the data. The Ball State research measures each state’s manufacturing industry in the following areas: logistics industry health; human capital; worker benefit costs; tax climate; expected fiscal liability; global reach; sector diversification; and productivity and innovation.
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