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for Business North Carolina Vol. 13 Issue 11, Nov 1993
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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.
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.
Bill Stallings is CEO of Greenville-based Regional Acceptance Corp., a car financing company that lends good money to people with bad credit.
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.