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Biggest month-to-month drop in 25 years.
State of the art recycling facility coming to Graniteville.
Says state's new gun laws make it less friendly to companies like Remington.
Government, Business, Local Connections
Rural areas keeping pace with larger metro area in Upstate, Midlands and Lowcountry.
Schaeffler Group expands longtime presence in county.
Measurement falls under 9 to 8.6.
State has partnered with Dun & Bradstreet to protect companies that have been or may be victimized by hack.
Local company will begin adding jobs next year.
It's been a main point of discussion locally and during the presidential campaign.
Rep. Joe Wilson's district could lose more significant business in defense contracts alone, according to report by right-wing organization.
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