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In the Amazon, it was not to be put off by the Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-n.y., in his quest to open a second office in the Big Apple, according to the New York city Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The Democrats rejected the President’s Advantage, though, is that the latest claim is that Amazon is leaving the New York city – a $3 billion deal that would have brought to the attention of the 25,000 full-time jobs in New York City, in exchange for a package of state and local tax incentives – due to the resistance of the Ocasio-Cortez.
“I don’t want to buy it,” de Blasio said, when asked this week about the “political pressures” that may have led to the company’s image. “Amazon had a deal and they walked away from it.”
According to Crain’s, de Blasio is no explanation as to why he thought that, in the Amazon, walked away from the deal, which was being pushed by New York Gov.. Andrew Cuomo, also a Democrat, but he pointed out that the proposed second headquarters was not, in Ocasio-Cortez area.
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Speaking at the Made in America Product Showcase last week, He laid the blame at the Ocasio-Cortez is to the feet, “Is to keep them out. It was a terrible thing they did was a terrible thing she did.”
The freshman legislator was a is not the only politician to criticize Amazon’s plans to build a massive complex on the Queens waterfront. Article. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, both Democrats, will also be on the tech giant, as the state’s Funds. Michael Gianaris — who was subsequently appointed to a panel, with the power to veto some of the funding for the relocation.
However, if Amazon is to leave the deal on Valentine’s day, the company has specifically blasted the AOC.
“When you are talking to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, it was Never Amazon’s,'” Jodi Seth, director of policy communications for Amazon, told NBC News at the time. “If you talk to [the New York City council Member Jimmy] Van Bramer, it’s the unions.”
Ocasio-Cortez, along with some of the labor organizations, local residents and community groups have suggested the huge package of incentives to Amazon that would be better spent elsewhere, and that the costs of the project, including the potential relocation of the residents, and the growth in house prices, may outweigh the benefits.
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