What is it with Ohio and steel projects?
Dec 01, 2007 | 12:41 PM
A greenfield boom may be in the works in the middle of the Rust Belt.
At least two billion-dollar projects are being considered in southern Ohio, bucking recent trends of foreign-owned or -funded mills setting up shop in the southeast United States.
But southern Ohio has several factors in its favor It's not too far from traditional auto markets in the Great Lakes area; the region has good rail and road infrastructure; and the Ohio River provides access to the "new domestic" automakers in the South.....
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