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Friday, March 26, 2010

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Concerned Business Owner
0 #1 Government and OB editor need to listen to the pollConcerned Business Owner 2010-04-21 12:31:16
Forbes just recently rated Portland 199th our of 200 locations for prospective economic growth. We need to encourage employers to stay and get our head out of the sand. Look at the companies moving into states like Texas and New Mexico, why are we not getting them. Why not show the incoming companies in other locations verses Oregon and use that as a gauge of our results. Companies are bench marked in their industries and maybe OBM should make our results public too.
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