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Georgia named best for doing business 4 years in row
Josh Huff and Derrick Lavendar work near the end of an assembly line putting together lawn mowers and tractors in October 2015 at Kubota Manufacturing of America in Gainesville. The company is in the midst of an expansion of its presence in Hall County. - photo by Erin O. Smith
Georgia has been named the leading state in the country in which to do business for the fourth year in a row by Site Selection magazine. Kubota Manufacturing of America has done several expansions in Hall County, and the Georgia Department of Economic Development has played a large part in them, Phil Sutton, chief administrative officer for the company, said Wednesday. “The Georgia Department of Economic Development has been such a friendly place, helping every step of the way,” he said.