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February 23, 2009

The U.S. is expected to spend an extra $28 billion to upgrade the nation’s bridges and roads and one manufacturer is hopeful some of those dollars will flow their way.

Ruben Ramirez, Reuters, Rock Hill, South Carolina.

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  • Steve Hueser, Director, Terex Rock Hill MORE INFO: The latest report card on the nation’s bridges and roads gives them a “D.” The latest U.S. economic stimulus plan includes billions of dollars for upgrading the country’s infrastructure and one manufacturer is hopeful some of those dollars will flow their way. 
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