Low electricity costs and moderate corporate income taxes have landed St. Louis and Kansas City at the top of the list of the least costly large U.S. cities to do business in, according to a new report by KPMG LLP.
The 2014 study ranks St. Louis at No. 9 and Kansas City at No. 11 among the 31 largest U.S. metros with populations of two million or more.
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