Expanding Economic Opportunity
The Texas economy is stronger when we increase economic freedom for all Texans. In the latest legislative session, we worked to reduce the burden of government and expand economic opportunity by:
- Limiting the ability for local governments to increase property taxes
- Providing lasting property tax relief and increasing taxpayer power in the property appraisal process
- Improving opportunities for job creation through licensing reform
- Reducing regulatory hurdles that stifle economic growth
Governor Greg Abbott today issued a statement after Oracle announced that they will relocate their headquarters to Texas from California:
Governor Greg Abbott today announced that the Japan-based company CKD Corporation will establish its first U.S. production site in Austin.
The fulfillment center is the largest capital investment in the City of Waco and is expected to create more than 1,000 jobs.
Governor Greg Abbott today issued a statement after a new survey of U.S. corporate executives ranked Texas the number one state for business for the eighth consecutive time since 1996.
Governor Abbott Issues Statement On Site Selection Naming Texas The Top State For Infrastructure And Corporate Investment
Governor Greg Abbott today released a statement after Site Selection Magazine named Texas the top state on its Global Groundwork Index.
The Governor joined economic development leaders from across the state on Monday at the Governor's Mansion to accept the award.
Governor Abbott Participates In Fireside Chat At Texas Economic Development Corporation Summit In Midland
The Governor discussed the welcoming business climate in Texas, as well as the growing economic diversity and development of the Permian Basin.
This is a record-breaking eighth year in a row that Texas has won this coveted award and the 16th overall win — more than any other state.
Governor Greg Abbott joined Fox & Friends from Davos, Switzerland this morning to discuss the World Economic Forum, the booming Texas economy, and the state's thriving business climate.
Governor Greg Abbott concluded his first day in Israel by meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem.