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Ethanol plant, jobs headed to N.C.


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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - A Seattle company plans to build a $200 million plant near Fayetteville to turn corn into ethanol, joining an industry that's booming thanks to government subsidies and political desires to reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil.

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It seems as if the rural Fayetteville surrounding area is booming with over 500 new jobs within 4 counties (Hoke, Duplin, Robeson, & Sampson). Maybe this can create some type of Ethanol HQ for Fayetteville since the Metro will be surrounded with the stuff.

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