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September 7, 1993 | From Times wire service reports
North Carolina Gov. Jim Hunt wasted little time putting together a game plan to woo Mercedes-Benz after the German auto maker announced plans to build a $300-million assembly plant in the United States. Hunt and his top economic advisers immediately began working to land the top industrial prize of 1993. Some 20 state workers were recruited for the campaign.
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September 7, 1993 | From Times wire service reports
North Carolina Gov. Jim Hunt wasted little time putting together a game plan to woo Mercedes-Benz after the German auto maker announced plans to build a $300-million assembly plant in the United States. Hunt and his top economic advisers immediately began working to land the top industrial prize of 1993. Some 20 state workers were recruited for the campaign.
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February 15, 1993 | JAMES FLANIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You can see a new day dawning here in rural North Carolina where Jeff Oxendine likes his work at the truck transmission plant better than his old job at the textile plant. He can move around from task to task here, and increase his pay if he learns new skills. Across the state line in South Carolina, where names like Siemens, Rucker, Hoechst and Bayer dot Interstate 85, you can see foreign investment at work. Non-U.S.
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February 15, 1993 | JAMES FLANIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You can see a new day dawning here in rural North Carolina where Jeff Oxendine likes his work at the truck transmission plant better than his old job at the textile plant. He can move around from task to task here, and increase his pay if he learns new skills. Across the state line in South Carolina, where names like Siemens, Rucker, Hoechst and Bayer dot Interstate 85, you can see foreign investment at work. Non-U.S.
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