WASHINGTON — Indiana is offering Carrier $7 million in incentives to keep some jobs in Indiana that the company had planned to shift to Mexico.
A company spokesman, Seth Martin, says the offer was made to the air conditioning and furnace maker after negotiations with President-elect Donald Trump.
Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence plan to announce the deal in Indianapolis later Thursday.
State economic development officials could not immediately be reached for comment to confirm the figure.
The Associated Press previously reported the deal will involve keeping about 800 union positions in Indianapolis that were to be outsourced.
Trump made Carrier’s plans to shutter the Indianapolis plant a central issue of his campaign. He repeatedly railed against the company for its plans to move production to Mexico.