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President-elect Trump celebrates Carrier deal to keep jobs in U.S.

CBS News Wednesday, 30 November 2016
President-elect Donald Trump is celebrating a deal to prevent hundreds of job losses at a major manufacturer. Air conditioning giant Carrier's parent company planned to close two Indiana facilities and move more than two thousand jobs to Mexico. Dean Reynolds reports from Indianapolis.
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President-elect Donald Trump announced a deal to prevent hundreds of job losses at a major manufacturer. Air conditioning giant Carrier's parent company planned to close two Indiana facilities and move more than two thousand jobs to Mexico. Dean Reynolds reports from Indianapolis.

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