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Regional collaboration is key to state's future

As Wisconsin's economy evolves, regional collaboration is key to the future growth and success of the state and the companies that do business here.

Our state boasts significant competitive advantages in terms of talent, technology, and capital, but alone we lack the critical mass needed to compete with our most significant competition - the East and West Co......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Paul Purcell 10/30/06


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