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South Carolina / Economy #1016034

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 20, 2012
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The loss of manufacturing jobs in South Carolina due to the recession cited.

(Liberty, South Carolina: Nancy Cordes) How some places in South Carolina have adapted to the economy while others have not featured; scenes shown of the BMW auto plant near Spartanburg and from Liberty, where the denim factory shut down; details given about how jobs have become more technical. [Spartanburg Steel worker Wayne DAWES‡- describes his job.] [Spartanburg Steel president steel president Bryan BICKIMER††- says manufacturing has a different face.] [Former Liberty Denim worker Penny McALLISTER‡- comments on her job search.] [Liberty Mayor Michael SHERIFF††- says Liberty did not invest in the future.]

Pelley, Scott;
Cordes, Nancy

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