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Auto companies blast Romney's claim they're planning to move jobs to China
The majority owner of Jeep says that they will be investing in 1,100 new jobs in Ohio; factcheckers also debunk Romney's claim
by WKSU's STATEHOUSE CORRESPONDENT BILL COHEN
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A dispute over Ohio auto jobs continues to swirl here in this key battleground state in the presidential election, with election day just a week away.
A top auto company executive is strongly restating that Jeep has no plans to move Toledo auto jobs overseas, despite a claim to the contrary by presidential hopeful Mitt Romney and despite new ads by Romney’s campaign that hint at it. Ohio Public Radio’s Bill Cohen reports.

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