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New manufacturing jobs and automation aren't mutually exclusive. Here's why

Joe Biden tours a Pennsylvania metal works plant during his electoral campaign in 2020. Image: Reuters/Tom Brenner

Amar Hanspal

CEO, Bright Machines

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