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Ohio lost more than 150,000 manufacturing jobs since the year 2000. In 2004 many were wondering if Northeast Ohio would ever regain its stature as a manufacturing powerhouse. Would the manufacturing jobs that disappeared ever return? Seven leaders from Northeast Ohio’s manufacturing sector evaluated what happened and what these changes meant to our region.

Aired: 05/26/04
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