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4 results for Business North Carolina Vol. 13 Issue 11, Nov 1993
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1256
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Faced with European Community protectionism, Chairman Allen Mebane of Unifi Inc., a polyester-yarn finishing company based in Greensboro, decided the way to beat the Europeans was to join them. He established a plant in Ireland and has plans for more.
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1257
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Long overshadowed by the larger, more prosperous southern ports of Norfolk and Charleston, Wilmington and Morehead City have recently carved out a niche as important ports in their own right. Jim Scott can be credited for this.
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1255
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Bill Stallings is CEO of Greenville-based Regional Acceptance Corp., a car financing company that lends good money to people with bad credit.
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1258
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In this special advertising section, the Tobacco Growers Association of North Carolina discusses the economic impact of the state's tobacco industry, stating that it generated $14 billion, some 20 percent of the state's economic activity, in 1992.
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