By Kristin Roberts COLUMBIA, South Carolina, March 26 (Reuters) - South Carolina's state and local governments have spent millions of dollars to lure the automotive industry for more than a decade, but some economists question the strategy of supporting manufacturing at all. While auto and auto parts manufacturing were seen as a smart replacement for lower-skill textile jobs in the southern state, the sector has not been immune to weakness. Some economists and analysts say the job losses ...
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