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for North Carolina Vol. 53 Issue 10, Oct 1995
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Twenty-one planned or in-progress projects, including the Carolina Panther NFL Stadium, Farmers Market, NationsBank, and Ivey Townhomes, are transforming uptown Charlotte.
Columbus County is expanding its economic potential with such projects as a new industrial park, natural gas lines, speculative buildings, a new Industrial Training Center, and a travel and tourism office.
Because of the large expenses of traditional pension plans, many of the state's small and mid-sized companies are using 401(k)s to help employees in retirement planning.
During 1994, agricultural exports contributed $2.3 billion to the state's $9 billion agribusiness and raised the state to tenth place nationally in farm exports.
President for eleven years of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, one of the nation's ten largest chambers, Carroll Gray oversees numerous projects, including industrial development and uptown revitalization.