Alabama's Most Business-Friendly Cities

Alabama's Most Business-Friendly Cities

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The Alabama Policy Institute has released its annual list of the most and least business-friendly cities in the state of Alabama.

The list ranks Alabama's 50 most populated cities based on economic vitality, business tax burden, community allure and transportation infrastructure. 

Ten Most Business-friendly Cities:

1. Millbrook
2. Prattville
3. Foley 
4. Daphne
5. Cullman
6. Helena
7. Troy 
8. Montgomery
9. Fairhope
10. Pell City

Ten Least Business-friendly Cities:

41. Fort Payne 
42. Hueytown
43. Anniston
44. Gadsden
45. Albertville 
46. Mobile 
47. Birmingham
48. Bessemer
49. Prichard
50. Selma 

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