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Monday, October 24, 2005

The Location of Auto Supplier Plants

For those interested in the troubles facing the auto industry and the areas of the country that are the most vulnerable, here's a map from the Chicago Fed Blog (where the issue is discussed further) showing the location of auto supplier plants in the US:

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In addition, see econbrowser for more on the auto industry.

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