WASHINGTON -- California firms that used industrial development bond financing between 1987 and 1990 created more jobs and were more likely to stay in the state than they otherwise would have been a study by the state treasurer's office has found.

The recent study is the first statewide overview of IDB use since 1986, when Congress eliminated commercial IDBs and allowed the bonds to be issued only for manufacturing firms.

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