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David Goodman, director of the Ohio Development Services Agency, stands in his office overlooking Columbus. The department has come under fire for its handling of millions of dollars in loans to companies since 2007.

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Buckeye Silicon Chief Executive Officer Harrison Choi gives a tour of the company's facility in Toledo on Aug. 22, 2013. The company received more than $3 million from the state of Ohio to produce high-quality polysilicon for solar panels. Currently, the machinery isn't working. The Ohio Air Quality Development Authority declared a loan it gave to the company in default in 2012.

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Buckeye Silicon Chief Executive Officer Harrison Choi gives a tour of the company's facility in Toledo.

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Choi gives a tour of the company's facility.

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Buckeye Silicon's Toledo office was largely empty during a tour given on Aug. 22, 2013.

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Choi on site at the company's facility in Toledo.

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Harrison Choi, CEO of the Toledo business Buckeye Silicon, discussed the financial situation at his company.

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Buckeye Silicon CEO Harrison Choi gives a tour.

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Harrison Choi, CEO of the Toledo business Buckeye Silicon, whose home is in Ann Arbor, discussed the financial situation at his company. The Ohio Air Quality Development Authority declared a loan it gave to the company in default in 2012.

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Machinery at the Buckeye Silicon facility in Toledo.

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A "For Sale" sign is posted outside the offices and factory floor of the Toledo-based business Buckeye Silicon.

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Equipment at the Buckeye Silicon facility in Toledo.

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Buckeye Silicon received more than $3 million from the state of Ohio to produce high-quality polysilicon for solar panels. Currently, the machinery isn't working. The Ohio Air Quality Development Authority declared a loan it gave to the company in default in 2012.

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Harrison Choi on site at his company's facility in Toledo.

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The exterior of the Toledo-based business Buckeye Silicon.

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A room in Buckeye Silicon's Toledo facility.

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