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Refrigerated warehouse eyes New Year's opening; facility to bring 50 to 60 jobs to Savannah
Savannahians will soon gain an appreciation for the bane of every banquet and business luncheon regular: Cold chicken. Savannah Morning News
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MTU Aiken expansion nears completion
The expansion of a Graniteville diesel-engine manufacturer is on track for completion by the end of the year. MTU Aiken, a subsidiary of Tognum America Inc., announced plans in March for two new buildings and 20 added jobs. Augusta Chronicle
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Jindal, McDonnell defend Romney's abortion remarks
CHESTER, VA -- Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal came to Mitt Romney's defense today over remarks the Republican presidential nominee made Tuesday, saying he wouldn't seek new anti-abortion legislation as president. NBC News
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MO Gov. Nixon: Kansas City Biodiesel Plant to Expand Operations and Capacity
JEFFERSON CITY - Gov. Jay Nixon was in Kansas City today to announce an expansion at an area biodiesel plant which will significantly increase production of the renewable fuel in Missouri. The plans announced this morning will increase production at the facility by 40 percent, to more than 56 million gallons of biodiesel per year. Southern Governor's Association
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How the White, Conservative South Took Over the GOP -- And May Take Over America
Every now and then someone highlights the overlap between today’s Republican states and the slave states of the former Confederacy. As clichéd as the point may be, it remains indispensable to understanding what is happening in American politics today: Alternet
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FedEx outlines details of its push to boost profitability, no word on jobs
FedEx on Wednesday outlined building blocks of a new plan to boost profitability by $1.7 billion a year by the end of fiscal 2016. Businessweek
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Coast Guard report: Sheen at Deepwater Horizon disaster site is BP oil
NEW ORLEANS — The Coast Guard says an oil sheen near the site of the massive BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico matches oil from the 2010 disaster. The Coast Guard says its tests established the oil came from the BP well. It could be left over from the wreckage of the Deepwater Horizon rig or debris from the calamity. Washington Post
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UCall, IHaul Recruit Workers in Cobb GA
The Georgia Department of Labor will help UCall & IHaul, a residential moving and cleaning company, fill about 10 jobs in Cobb County Friday, Oct. 12. Patch.com
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Missouri: Leading Or Following On Job Creation?
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon was in St. Charles on Wednesday trying to burnish his credentials as chief steward of the state's economy. It’s an election year, and so the question of who deserves credit or blame for the economy is up for debate. Stlpblicradio.org
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Auto recovery speeds ahead as Southern Automotive Conference opens in Chattanooga
Three years ago, the American auto industry was in a heap. Bankruptcies by General Motors and Chrysler, plant shutdowns from suppliers and the layoffs of longtime workers littered the landscape. Chattanooga Times Free-Press
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There are numerous factors driving the new industrial revolution in the South. And it is a revolution, as this manufacturing surge that began in 2007 continues to break records year after year in the total number of large, capital intensive projects. One factor, of course, is that reshoring of facilities back to the U.S. continues to grow each year.
 
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