Columbus, Ohio, USA

Other cities in the state of Ohio include Cincinnati, which lies on the border with Kentucky. - -

The economy of Columbus is supported largely by state, federal, and local government offices; educational and research institutions; and manufacturing industries.

Products include motor-vehicle parts, aircraft, electronic and communications equipment, processed food, textiles, footwear, and printed materials.

Columbus is also a major medical and cancer research center, as well as the national headquarters of several insurance companies.

The city has several United States military installations.

Columbus's population grew from 565,032 in 1980 to 632,910 in 1990. This growth may be attributed in part to the city's diverse economy and central location.

Major cities near Columbus:

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