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The South Korean company will invest $19.5 million in its new Richland County production operations, creating 25 new jobs in the process.


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The South Korean company will invest $19.5 million in its new Richland County production operations, creating 25 new jobs in the process.

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Miwon Specialty Chemical Locating Manufacturing Facility In South Carolina

The South Korean company will invest $19.5 million in its new Richland County production operations, creating 25 new jobs in the process.

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