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West Virginia

An Old-Fashioned Work Ethic Meets a Progressive Vision

Just a few years ago, when Toyota advertised for 300 production workers for its West Virginia engine plant, nearly 30,000 people responded. Toyota's faith in the quality and availability of West Virginia's work force was so strong that the company announced a $300 million engine plant and a $200 million transmission plant in the state before the initial facility had ever been completed.

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The Best Biotech Locations in the South

BioSouth? How about BioWarm or BioSunshine? BioBargain has a nice ring to it. Thirty years ago we might have even pitched BioBubba. But not anymore. Is the South the next biotech hotbed in the U.S.? Looks like it might be. But BioSouth? Why not? After all, Northern California has Biotech Bay and Southern California has Biotech Beach.

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