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CONNECTICUT'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 32 • NUMBER 8 $3.00 April 15, 2024 Startups, Technology & Innovation Atlantic Fabricating ready for growth with new ownership, larger headquarters. Page 5 Liability Offset Here's why insurers like CT's film production tax credit. Page 16 Supply Chain Resiliency Farmington manufacturer's expansion will reduce need for foreign imports. Page 14 'Rights Of Ownership' West Hartford becomes a battleground in long-term struggle over short-term rentals. Page 10 Credit Crunch Commercial lending activity has slowed in CT; will the pace pick up in 2024? Page 8 HBJ PHOTO | STEVE LASCHEVER Developer Avner Krohn says prevailing wage mandates attached to a $4 million state grant have blown a multimillion-dollar hole in his plan to build a 100-unit apartment building in downtown New Britain. Thanks, But No Thanks Developers, municipal officials say prevailing wage costs overtake value of state economic development grants. Page 22

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