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Kokomo Indiana: A town on the brink
Home to four Chrysler plants and one Delphi factory this American city of 45,000 residents is fighting to survive, even if the auto industry on which it depends doesn't.
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Empty transmission holders outside a Chrysler plant in Kokomo epitomize the economic trouble afflicting this city which for decades has been so reliant on the American auto industry.
By Steve Hargreaves, CNNMoney.com staff writer
NEXT: Downtown Kokomo
Last updated April 22 2009: 5:45 AM ET
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