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In this first in a series of reports on government issues affecting business in the state, Shaw discusses the proposed North Carolina severance tax. If passed, the law would place a levy on anything taken out of the ground; this would have a large impact on mining companies, brick companies, and anybody using such products. Mining companies say it would affect their ability to compete, and mining companies considering relocation to North Carolina might be deterred by such a tax.
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13260
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After a period of recovery from the 1974-75 recession, real estate in the North Carolina mountains is booming again. Parker presents information on several projects there. Although high interest rates and soaring costs exist, people have not stopped buying and contractors have not stopped building.
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13261
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The National Association of Printers and Lithographers presented the 1980-81 Best Managed Printing Company Awards in February 1981. Of the companies from the fifty states and Canada eligible for the award, printers from North Carolina took most of the honors. Seymour discusses the printing industry in North Carolina.
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13263
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ETRI, Inc. is a French-owned American corporation that has operated in Monroe since 1978. The company specializes in small fans that cool heat producing computer components.
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13264
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Ken Younger is president and chief executive officer of Carolina Freight Carriers Corporation. Headquartered in Cherryville in Gaston County, the company operates 101 terminals in 22 states, shipping freight up and down the East Coast, and to the middle and far West. In this BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA interview, he discusses the deregulation of the trucking industry.
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