(Cranston, RI) -- Republican candidate for Rhode Island governor Allan Fung is releasing his economic policy plan. The Cranston mayor says he wants to lower the state sales tax to five-percent and reduce occupational licensing, permitting and business incorporation fees to the lowest in New England. Fung also says he wants to introduce a business concierge program, which he says has been successful in Cranston. Fung is the second GOP candidate this week to outline his economic platform if elected governor.
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