Foreign-Car Industry Attracted to Deep South The United States lost nearly one million manufacturing jobs in 2002, but the foreign-car industry continues to grow. Foreign automakers work to build or expand a half-dozen U.S. plants primarily in the Deep South, where the cost of labor is relatively low. NPR's Adam Hochberg reports.

Foreign-Car Industry Attracted to Deep South

Foreign-Car Industry Attracted to Deep South

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The United States lost nearly one million manufacturing jobs in 2002, but the foreign-car industry continues to grow. Foreign automakers work to build or expand a half-dozen U.S. plants primarily in the Deep South, where the cost of labor is relatively low. NPR's Adam Hochberg reports.