This could easily be taken advantage of by huge corporations. Look at Delaware. They have the loosest business regulations and taxes in the country, so huge corporations incorporate in Delaware to receive those benefits but have factories and real job creating infrastructure overseas, but still reap the benefits of being a corporation in Delaware. Some of the finer points of the bill should be changed; relaxing environmental regulations on corporations in EFZs could lead to wild exploitation. The businesses could come in and pollute and strip the land and make huge profits and then just leave, with the community exactly as it was before just with a polluted environment. Another good addition could be a minimum requirement for staying in the area for businesses wanting to be part of this program, say 15 years at the least. That way, a company won't open a factory and exploit the incentives of this bill and then up and leave once they've gotten their fill.