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|Thursday, August 05, 2010|
Portland-area developers are beginning to return to work after laying low throughout the recession, but they are proceeding cautiously.
Developers such as Barry Cain, president of Gramor Development, say they learned a lot from the recession, which is affecting the way they do business now.
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