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US President-elect Donald Trump visits Indiana to celebrate Carrier jobs deal

DNA Friday, 2 December 2016
Donald Trump made keeping jobs in the US one of the main issues of his election campaign and frequently pilloried air conditioner maker Carrier for planning to ship jobs overseas as he appealed to blue-collar workers in the Midwest.
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