Workers assemble Boeing 787 Dreamliners in the company's massive assembly plant in North Charleston, S.C., on Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013. After Boeing chose not to locate a new jet factory in North Carolina, public records showed the frantic behind-the-scenes recruiting effort by McCrory’s administration, including a meeting between the governor and Boeing officials, possible sites for the factory and the state’s $683 million incentives offer.
Workers assemble Boeing 787 Dreamliners in the company's massive assembly plant in North Charleston, S.C., on Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013. After Boeing chose not to locate a new jet factory in North Carolina, public records showed the frantic behind-the-scenes recruiting effort by McCrory’s administration, including a meeting between the governor and Boeing officials, possible sites for the factory and the state’s $683 million incentives offer. Bruce Smith AP
Workers assemble Boeing 787 Dreamliners in the company's massive assembly plant in North Charleston, S.C., on Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013. After Boeing chose not to locate a new jet factory in North Carolina, public records showed the frantic behind-the-scenes recruiting effort by McCrory’s administration, including a meeting between the governor and Boeing officials, possible sites for the factory and the state’s $683 million incentives offer. Bruce Smith AP

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