By Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON, Feb 13 (Reuters) - When the Volvo manufacturing plant shut its doors in Asheville, North Carolina, in 2010 and moved more than 200 jobs out of state, it was time for Ben Teague to go to work. As the region's economic development officer, he worked with state and local officials to advertise the town's skilled labor force and offer the right mix of incentives to lure in a new business. Now, Linamar Corp, a Canadian ...
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