How did Indiana power a manufacturing revival?

Source: BBC News

By BBC News

Jun 04, 2015

Manufacturing makes up an astounding 30% of Indiana's economic output - compared with 12% of overall U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) - and produces almost everything from cars and motor homes to pharmaceuticals and biomedical devices.

When indirect and induced jobs (that is, the retailers that choose to open up in a town to cater to manufacturing workers) are factored in, nearly two-thirds of the state's economic activity is due to manufacturing.

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