This is it. The clock is ticking for a deal on the so-called fiscal cliff, with its bitter combination of automatic tax hikes and budget cuts that seemingly no one wants. There’s no doubt the California economy will be affected and already has been affected by the unpredictability of the situation, something business doesn’t exactly need right now.
We asked Kish Rajan, the director of GO-Biz (Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development) about what California can do to combat that uncertainty, in part one of our interview with Rajan. Look for part two when we cover a range of issues, like California’s business climate and the economic effect of education in California.