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In 1992, BMW chose to open a manufacturing location in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Spartanburg was once a major textile manufacturing hub, but outsourcing had decimated the local economy, and the German company was viewed as a major lifeline. In the years since, it has become clear that BMW has done more than just provide jobs to local workers as this article from Supply Chain Dive explains, the German automaker singlehandedly strengthened the supply chain.

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