Global research center bringing jobs to Okla.

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Gov. Fallin along with G.E. executives announced that a new global research center will be built in our state.

Their goal is bringing new oil and gas products to market faster.

The center represents a $110 million investment by G.E. and should create about 125 high-tech engineering jobs.

Those jobs will be in areas including mechanical, electrical and software engineering.

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