The still fragile economy, combined with tax and regulatory changes, are making the U.S. seem less accommodating to entrepreneurialism, according to a survey of mid-market corporate executives by Deloitte.
Only 59 percent of executives surveyed by the firm ranked the U.S. as the most accommodating country for entrepreneurs, a 32 percent drop from how those same executives said they felt in past years.
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