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TPP in Real Life: Subaru’s Indiana Business Booms in an Interconnected Global Economy

Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc. (SIA) first broke ground in Lafayette, Indiana more than 29 years ago and is the home of Subaru’s North American production. Models built at SIA’s...
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