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Seattle to Profit from Vancouver's Cheap Tech Labor?

by Charles Mudede Amtrak is going nowhere fast soon. Charles Mudede This weekend, the New York Times posted a story about how the two main cities of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle and Vancouver, have the potential to form a big tech corridor. The reason for this development is not that the two cities have a lot in common culturally and geographically, nor that they are growing toward each other, with the rural and wild area between Bellingham and Mount Vernon being all that separates the two cities.
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