Mississippi officials, which late last year scored a major coup in landing investment from Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. in the form of a new truck assembly plant, say they may not be done yet. Development authority insiders tell Ward's they have been approached by another company — through a third party — about a possible sizable investment in their state. Officials haven't been given details of the project, nor do they know the identity of the company involved. But they say that the scope of the ...
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