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N. Carolina Losing Furniture Jobs to Vietnam

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N. Carolina Losing Furniture Jobs to Vietnam

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N. Carolina Losing Furniture Jobs to Vietnam

N. Carolina Losing Furniture Jobs to Vietnam

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Many of North Carolina's furniture manufacturing jobs have migrated to Asia. The trend has profound implications for the state's economy. At one furniture factory in Vietnam, workers are paid about $60 per month. Larry Schooler of member station WFDD reports.

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