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24324
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The author presents what economists believe will happen in the next fifteen years in North Carolina.
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31389
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A wide variety of specialized services to North Carolina industries are available to state communities from the Division of Commerce and Industry of the State Department of Conservation and Development. Created in 1937, The Division of Commerce and Industry has been a leading industrial development agency in the country, assisting in the formation of local development corporations, commissions, or any other organizations involved in economic development.
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24367
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Japanese companies employ more than 6,500 people in North Carolina. Mitsubishi in Durham is just one example of the positive economic effects of a growing Japanese corporate culture in North Carolina.
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31063
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Five counties in North Carolina still have less than fifty-percent access to high-speed Internet service, and twenty-one other counties have less than seventy-percent access. With support from the state’s Touchstone Energy cooperatives, the e-NC Authority works to promote technology-based economic development in these areas. High-speed Internet is now available in rural counties through a service called WildBlue.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 38 Issue 8, Aug 2006, p8, il
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