The administration of Governor Deval Patrick yesterday released a 34-page economic development plan that proposes dozens of steps to help make the state more competitive. The report by the state Economic Development Planning Council contains 55 recommendations organized around a few central goals: advancing education and workforce development for middle-skill jobs; supporting innovation and entrepreneurship; bolstering regional development through investments in transportation projects and other infrastructure; and making it easier and less costly to do business here.
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