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KURZ and Yokohama Tire Corporation will invest a total of nearly $24 million and create 146 jobs combined.


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KURZ and Yokohama Tire Corporation will invest a total of nearly $24 million and create 146 jobs combined.

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Two International Companies Expanding In Mecklenburg County, NC

KURZ and Yokohama Tire Corporation will invest a total of nearly $24 million and create 146 jobs combined.

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Energy production is one of the largest economic engines in Mississippi, providing 28,000 jobs in a thriving sector that continues to attract new investments. From the July/August 2013 issue.

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Maryland National Capital Region Alliance Formed

Representing the majority of Maryland’s population and economy, six counties will work together with each other and federal and state partners towards regional initiatives and COVID-19 economic recovery.

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