UPDATE 1-Obama takes manufacturing message on the road, to truck plant

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By Roberta Rampton ASHEVILLE, N.C., Feb 13 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama visited a truck parts plant on Wednesday to highlight the role of U.S. manufacturing in reviving the economy, and follow up on his State of the Union message of strengthening the middle class. "I believe in manufacturing," he said, standing before a backdrop of massive parts made for 400-ton mining trucks. "It makes our country strong." Even though ...

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