A Volvo XC90 automobile, produced by Volvo Cars, on display at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. North Carolina appears to be out of the running for its first automobile plant, an economic development crown jewel that has eluded the state for more than two decades. A report in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution said that Volvo has narrowed its search to two states, Georgia and South Carolina.
A Volvo XC90 automobile, produced by Volvo Cars, on display at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. North Carolina appears to be out of the running for its first automobile plant, an economic development crown jewel that has eluded the state for more than two decades. A report in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution said that Volvo has narrowed its search to two states, Georgia and South Carolina. DAWSON BLOOMBERG NEWS
A Volvo XC90 automobile, produced by Volvo Cars, on display at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. North Carolina appears to be out of the running for its first automobile plant, an economic development crown jewel that has eluded the state for more than two decades. A report in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution said that Volvo has narrowed its search to two states, Georgia and South Carolina. DAWSON BLOOMBERG NEWS

Report: No Volvo plant for North Carolina

April 21, 2015 12:06 PM

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