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insourcingnoun [U]

uk   us   /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 ​primeexample of insourcing a ​big Japanese ​drugfirmopened a ​researchcenter at its ​site earlier this ​year.
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