First auto makers headed to an anti-union South, now Boeing in S.C.

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The Economist has put together a piece about how the South's anti-union nature is becoming a real business asset. The thinking is, the shift is not even directly about lowering wages, but the appeal of having a more stable supply chain. 

And it's the appeal of stability that has drawn the car making industry to the South, and now Boeing to South Carolina.

Read their piece over here.

If you've forgotten, Boeing's 787 Dreamliner took a hard delay as union strikes persisted in Washington state.

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