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New Augusta plant to play a part in Georgia’s electric vehicle initiative



When Gov. Brian Kemp announced on July 20 that Camden, S.C.-based copper foil manufacturer Denkai America would be opening a facility in Augusta, the news came abruptly, just a month after the groundbreaking of the Aurubis copper smelting plant.

“The deal was struck the day it was announced,” sa...

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  1. As long a GA remains a red state its economy will continue to thrive and grow. A Democrat governor or majority in the state house or senate will turn GA into a replica of CA – businesses will flee, taxes and prices will skyrocket, illegal immigration, crime, and drug abuse will increase, and only the Democrat politicians will be happy because they destroyed another state.

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