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6 results for Business North Carolina Vol. 10 Issue 11, November 1990
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24357
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Commerce officials in North Carolina encourage local businesses to sell overseas, but relatively few have explored the options of selling products abroad. The experience of Arcon Manufacturing Incorporated, a Charlotte-based manufacturer of grain silos, illustrates the challenges of conducting business overseas.
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24360
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David Sprinkle, president of John O. Todd Organization of Greensboro, makes a living selling insurance to businesses. His specialty is in designing executive-benefits plans. Some of his plans are so attractive that participating executives rarely want to leave their positions.
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24361
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Mark Ethridge has extensive experience in journalism. He recently left ‘The Charlotte Observer,’ where he was managing editor, and now works at ‘The Business Journal,’ much smaller but a worthy contender in business reporting in North Carolina.
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24359
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Volodia Prigozhin ventured to create an enterprise on Soviet soil be selling North Carolina-made elastic bandages. Unfortunately, U.S.S.R. bureaucrats were uninterested and the business venture failed.
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24358
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North Carolina may be chipping away its future and forests by grinding up hardwoods for Japanese paper mills.
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24362
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Catawba County’s traditional industries include textiles, furniture, and hosiery. In recent years, the county is also moving into the high-technology industry.