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Secretary Gregory Bialecki, Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development



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Secretary Gregory Bialecki, Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development

I took a moment last week to describe the Patrick Administration’s economic development strategy, which has an innovation agenda at its core.

While there is no easy solution to the challenges that face us, we have been making steady progress, as the early signs confirm, on a three-part plan for sustainable job growth.

First, we are building upon our position as one of the world’s great centers for innovation….

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