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Chinese glass maker to unveil plant on former Ohio GM site

``The Ohio plant is a culmination of years of patience. The company arrived in the U.S. in the late 1980s, with a sales-only location in South Carolina. As the company emerged as an industry leader back home, producing 70 percent of automotive glass across China, it set its sights on U.S. expansion. Fuyao established a glass supply center in Detroit around 2007 and a few years later started searching for a location to set up a facility to produce replacement glass.
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