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|Monday, September 27, 2010|
Hillsboro-based Quality Production Ltd. is committed to hiring locally for manufacturing jobs, rather than outsourcing.
Even as Oregon hemorrhages manufacturing jobs, [President Tom] Hauge says, QPL's revenues grow 40 percent a year. The company has hired 20 workers in less than two years and now employs 55. Hauge is bullish on U.S. manufacturing, countering conventional wisdom that America can't compete.
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