Future of naval center is crucial for Region 11

Callahan, Ed
May 2004
Indianapolis Business Journal;5/24/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p34B
Discusses the economic implication of the decision of the federal government to close the Crane Naval Weapons Support Center on Region 11 of the state of Indiana. Number of jobs that will be lost with the closure of the base; Importance of automobile company, Toyota Motor Corp., on the region's economy.


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