South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, left, and Volker Mornhinweg the head of Mercedes-Benz Vans chat on Friday, March 6, 2014 after a news conference in North Charleston, S.C. The company had just announced it plans to build a new assembly plant for its Sprinter vans in North Charleston. The new plant represents a $500 million investment and is expected to create 1,300 jobs. Construction is to begin next year.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, left, and Volker Mornhinweg the head of Mercedes-Benz Vans chat on Friday, March 6, 2014 after a news conference in North Charleston, S.C. The company had just announced it plans to build a new assembly plant for its Sprinter vans in North Charleston. The new plant represents a $500 million investment and is expected to create 1,300 jobs. Construction is to begin next year. Bruce Smith AP
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, left, and Volker Mornhinweg the head of Mercedes-Benz Vans chat on Friday, March 6, 2014 after a news conference in North Charleston, S.C. The company had just announced it plans to build a new assembly plant for its Sprinter vans in North Charleston. The new plant represents a $500 million investment and is expected to create 1,300 jobs. Construction is to begin next year. Bruce Smith AP

Mercedes-Benz to build North Charleston plant with 1,300 jobs

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