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13265
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For most of the 20th-century, farmers in North Carolina have depended on tobacco for a large part of their income. Tobacco holds a dominant position in the state's agricultural market, with the plant grown in 91 of the state's one 100 counties. Parker discusses challenges facing tobacco growers, including foreign imports, concerns over smoking and health, and the government's longstanding allocation system.
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Parker examines the manufacturing aspects of the tobacco industry in North Carolina, where companies like RJ Reynolds and Philip Morris are spending large sums of money to stay competitive in this highly profitable industry.
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13267
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Adams examines some of the new and novel ways that marketing divisions of major North Carolina tobacco companies are using to attract smokers to their products.
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13268
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Three North Carolina cities are getting new airport terminals in 1982. They are Raleigh-Durham; Charlotte's Douglas Airport; and the Greensboro/High Point/Winston-Salem Regional Airport.
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13295
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In 1962 the Record Bar was a single mom-and-pop store in a dying section of downtown Durham. By 1982, it had grown into the second-largest national retail chain in the record industry with sales in 1981 of $65 million. The retail chain has 136 stores in twenty-eight states.
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13296
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In this Business North Carolina interview, Juanita Kreps, former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce, discusses the economy, the Reagan Administration, and future economic growth.
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13294
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Jean Webber is president of the American Minority Industries Company (AMICO) located in Charlotte. The five-year-old company manufactures computer tab cards.
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