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DOCUMENTARY: Why move 1,400 Indy jobs to Mexico?

Posted: 6:17 PM, Apr 26, 2016
Updated: 2016-04-27 09:47:08-04

INDIANAPOLIS -- Why did a company in Indianapolis move 1,400 jobs to Monterrey, Mexico? The two cities aren't that different, but it comes down to costs.

Take a journey with us to the city of 1 million people that is taking hundreds of Hoosiers' lifestyles from them.

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