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  • With a Boeing Co. manufacturing plant in North Charleston and BMW Manufacturing in Greer, Mrs. Haley said she needed to court aerospace companies at the Paris event and manufacturers in Munich.

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  • "The story painted a grossly inaccurate picture and was unprofessionally done, but my 'little girl' comment was inappropriate and I regret that," Mrs. Haley said. "Everyone can have a bad day. I'll forgive her bad story, if she'll forgive my poor choice of words."

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