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4:18pm

Thu June 9, 2011
Business

Union Workers Cry Foul Over New S.C. Boeing Plant

Originally published on Thu June 9, 2011 8:11 pm

Construction crews work to finish Boeing's new 787 Dreamliner assembly plant in North Charleston, S.C. The company plans to start assembling planes here in July and will provide 1,000 nonunion jobs.
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A new Boeing plant in South Carolina is the subject of a legal battle that's playing out across the South and in Congress.

The controversy is over Boeing's decision to assemble its fuel-efficient 787 Dreamliner in nonunion South Carolina instead of in Washington state, where it has built planes for decades.

The company says South Carolina offered a lot of incentives to get the plant, but the union says Boeing broke the law and violated workers' rights.

Plant Timeline Not Affected

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4:00am

Thu January 20, 2011
Business

Boeing To Cut 900 Jobs In Long Beach, Calif.

Boeing sites declining orders as a reason it is cutting 900 jobs from an aircraft factory in Southern California, according to the Los Angeles Times. Those jobs are about a quarter of the workforce at the Long Beach planet, where C-17 military cargo planes are made.

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