Firestone and the Proposed Tyre Plant in the 1960s.

Besides its tax contribution to the Liberian Treasury or annual budget, the operations of Firestone Plantations Company have made negligible impact on the national economy since 1926.

Firestone and the Proposed Tyre Plant in the 1960s.
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