Did you perhaps mean insuring?
“Hala SCS believe that a concept they call insourcing is the key to increasing service efficiency without compromising control.”
“Well, this is "insourcing" -- where overseas work is done right here in the United States of America.”
“The administration, its surrogates and supporters have latched on to something called insourcing, which I used to call foreign direct investment, but they seem to see that as a counterpoint to the export of cheap -- of American jobs to cheap overseas labor markets.”
“We've had the invent of something call insourcing now.”
“And there's something called insourcing now is the (UNINTELLIGIBLE) influence to that, right?”
“Others say it's nothing more than deceit, the debate over something called insourcing at the center of our "Face-Off" tonight.”
“Mr. Obama on Wednesday staged an event at the White House on "insourcing" - the administration's attempt to create a phenomenon of the anecdotal evidence that suggests some American companies are choosing to re-establish manufacturing operations in the United States rather than Asia.”
“Rural mayors know that to get the jobs President Barack Obama calls "insourcing," they need not just adequate Internet capacity but the same capacity as their competitors, the metropolises.”
“Democratic sources told CNN Sunday that the bullet points of Obama's blueprint will focus on American manufacturing, including "insourcing" -- or bringing back jobs from overseas.”
“Democratic sources told CNN that the bullet points of Obama's blueprint will focus on American manufacturing, including "insourcing" -- or bringing back jobs from overseas.”
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