Georgia angles for elusive automotive factory win with Rivian

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After years of near-misses and stinging defeats, Georgia is on the cusp of winning an automobile factory for the first time since Kia Motors announced in 2006 it would build a plant in West Point near the Alabama border.

Electric vehicle startup Rivian and state leaders are in deep negotiations for a site east of Atlanta along I-20 that would not only be transformative for Jasper, Morgan, Newton and Walton counties, but for the state’s auto industry as well.

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