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Bennet profiles the ten leading banks in North Carolina. They include NCNB, Wachovia, First Union, Branch Banking and Trust, First Citizens, Southern National, United Carolina, Central Carolina Bank and Trust, Peoples, and Planter's.
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611
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The tone of the 1989 Session of the General Assembly was characterized by Josephus Mavretic's dramatic defeat of Liston Ramsey for the position of Speaker of the House.
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608
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North Carolina is a financial leader in the South with some of the healthiest banks of any state in the region.
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607
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Charlotte will be building the North Carolina Performing Arts Center, a 177,000-square-foot facility.
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610
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Glaxo rose from 65th in the pharmaceutical industry in 1980 to second in the world in 1989.
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617
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Since 1980, a $2 billion explosion of high-rise construction has reshaped the Tar Heel skyline, transforming major cities and pumping new life into their once moribund central business districts.
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613
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North Carolina employees are getting basic literacy and high school completion classes at the job site. The effort is aimed at increasing the reading, math, and communication skills of workers faced with changing technology on the job.
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616
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The economic and educational impact of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on the state is quite significant.
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628
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The North Carolina \"Adopt-A-Highway\" campaign, in which businesses volunteer to pick up trash along a two-mile stretch of highway a minimum of four times a year, is proving a success.
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REAL Enterprises offers rural students the opportunity to research, plan, set up, operate and own economically viable small businesses in cooperation with local educational institutions.
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627
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Triangle South is an organization designed to promote economic development in the areas of Lee, Harnett, Southern Wake, Johnston, and Chatham Counties.
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Jim Morgan of Charlotte's Interstate/Johnson Lane has won the Wall Street Journal's stock-picking contest for five consecutive months.
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