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February 7th, 2010

Correa holds hearing on jobs, more political outreach to unemployed

Abstract:
Correa, a Democrat, is the chairman of the State Senate's Select Committee on California-European Trade. He believes that encouraging more European firms to set up their U.S. operations in California will create more jobs here. According to Correa, many European firms are exploring potential U.S. site locations for high-tech industries, including solar and other "green" technologies, biotechnology, nanotechnology, pharmaceuticals and computer software.

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