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The Korean automaker CT&T is banking on Americans putting their money in more environmentally friendly transportation in the coming years. They’ve just announced plans to build a $21 million dollar electric vehicle manufacturing plant in Duncan, South Carolina. The plant will be the first American CT&T manufacturing plant and reflects their belief that their tiny slow-speed e-Zone electric vehicles are going to make a big splash. The first American-made, Korean-designed cars to come out of the factory will start at $13,000 are are being marketed to a very urban demographic.

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  1. XRACER September 6, 2010 at 9:55 pm

    WHERE DO I GO TO SIGN UP TO JOIN A GREAT COMPANY IN THE MAKING? HOPE TO WORK FOR THEM SOON. CAN\’T WAIT…ALL EXCITED…TKS

  2. Karen Bright July 15, 2010 at 9:22 pm

    I am looking forward to welcoming to new car company to South Carolina. I hope to be part of this great company. I hope to be applying for a job their. Thank you for choosing South Carolina.

    Thank You!
    Karen Bright

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