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Home-grown firms key to growth, study says

Conservative group cites stagnation

By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / January 29, 2010

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Massachusetts should focus its economic policies on nurturing home-grown entrepreneurs and companies, rather than working to entice out-of-state firms to relocate here, a study concludes. (Full article: 363 words)

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