Trump-Carrier Deal: Will It Set a Precedent?

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Dec.01 -- President-elect Donald Trump said he called the top executive of United Technologies shortly after his election and told him not to close a Carrier factory in Indianapolis that became a symbol of the Republican’s outsider campaign for the White House. Carrier agreed to keep about 1,100 jobs in Indianapolis while moving about 1,300 positions to Mexico in exchange for $7 million in tax and other incentives from the state. Bloomberg's Mark Niquette reports on "Bloomberg Markets."