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On Wednesday, U.S. industrial conglomerate General Electric said it would keep its plant running in Rochester, New York, retaining all employees at the facility for now. Boston-based GE in August was reportedly planning to close the plant by June 2018, and move the work to China. The plant, part of GE’s troubled power business, assembles electronic boards and employs about 100 people. GE said that it was determined best for its customers to keep operations in Rochester, and that the state government did not offer them any incentives.

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