In order to sustain Connecticut's competitive edge, state government must act as a catalyst in bringing forth the human and capital resources need to make sure that Connecticut's future labor force can successively acquire the skills demanded by the business sector. Looking beyond 2005, and in concert with a competitive tax and regulatory environment, the nurturing of the identified business clusters holds great promise for a renewal of economic vitality.
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