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Fox 17 This Morning reports, “According to Business Facilities magazine, Tennessee created 6900 new jobs in 2013 by beating other states at recruiting large corporations and overseas investors.”
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A Staff report for Vindy.com reports, “A business publication has named the Youngstown metro area as one of the nation’s 10 best locations for economic-growth potential.”
Bill Mitchell for WDEF News writes, “The president of the United States will praise Amazon.com tomorrow for creating thousands of new jobs. He’ll speak to employees at the Enterprise South plant. But a quarter mile away is the Volkswagen plant— another success story for Chattanooga and the state of Tennessee. It makes Chattanooga the center of the automotive south.”
WGNS radio reports, “State Representative Mike Sparks (R–Smyrna) announced this week that Tennessee has been named the number one state in the nation for automotive manufacturing strength by Business Facilities magazine.”
The Montgomery Adviser “raves: for one more indication of the strong position Alabama holds in the automotive industry. Business Facilities magazine has named Alabama the No. 2 state for automotive industry strength. The magazine noted that it all began with the decision by Mercedes to locate a plant in the state 20 years ago.”
Mobile, Youngstown and Shreveport also made our top 10 with dynamic new growth sectors thriving alongside traditional manufacturing.
The rising tide of jobs in the Lone Star State is an across-the-board phenomenon, as six Texas towns two-step into our top 10.
New Orleans, Newport News (VA), Baltimore and Philadelphia are standouts in our Logistics Leaders (Ports) category.
China’s triumph is clouded by a WTO ruling against the PRC’s subsidies of its solar panel industry.