Amazon has finally decided not to install one of its corporate headquarters in New York City, as announced in recent weeks. According to a statement made public by the company, opposition by local politicians would have weighed heavily on Jeff Bezos' decision not to settle in Long Islands, in the Queens district of New York. The criticism had come for the subsidies that the company would have pocketed despite the fact that its arrival in the Big Apple would have meant the creation of some 25,000 jobs.
According to the statement, "for Amazon, the commitment to build a new headquarters requires the collaboration of elected state and local officials. While surveys show that 70% of New Yorkers support Amazon's terms and investments, several politicians have made clear that they oppose our presence […]. We are disappointed that we had to make this decision. "
Thus, communicate that they will continue in the north of Virgina and Nashville and take the opportunity to thank both the governor of the State of New York, Andrew Cuomo, as the mayor of the city, Bill de Blasio and the rest of politicians and neighbors They had supported Amazon's arrival in the city. They insist that "they will continue to grow in their 17 locations in the United States and Canada."