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insourcing

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈɪnsɔːsɪŋ/
PRODUCTION, HR, WORKPLACE the fact of work being done by the employees of a company rather than another organization being employed to do it: In a prime example of insourcing a big Japanese drug firm opened a research center at its site earlier this year. →  Compare outsourcing
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