How the US has transformed the world’s most competitive city from a small-town to a global superpower
With a population of less than 10,000, the small town of Bowling Green, Kentucky, may seem like a place for a quaint retirement community.
But as it prepares to enter its 20th year of economic expansion and a presidential election year, its transformation from a quaint town to the center of a new global economy has made it a magnet for global capital.
This story is based on an article originally published by The Washington Post.
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