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In Washington, one of the hottest topics in future will be how much, and how soon to throw long-term money at homegrown stars Trea Turner and Juan Soto.
Buying a short-term oldster — and blocking the development of homegrown infielders such as Carter Kieboom and Luis García — is not the Nats’ usual way.
Another homegrown variant could be circulating undetected just as well.
In 2014, China announced a plan to spend $150 billion to expand its homegrown semiconductor industry.
It’s unclear whether the Timbers will offer a homegrown contract in the coming weeks or trade his rights, leaving both Montes and Georgetown in limbo.
He said he is eager to work with United’s trio of homegrown teenagers who gained experience last year.
Outrage over the downfall of Ofo and other bike-sharing unicorns was among the first indications that public sentiment toward homegrown technology companies was starting to turn.
A shadow is lurking over the trial process of India’s homegrown Covid-19 vaccine.
India’s homegrown Covid-19 vaccine became more attractive to the government’s expert committee in just one day.
This September, Facebook launched a pilot integration between Facebook Messenger, its homegrown messaging platform, and Instagram.

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