Etymology
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offshoring (n.)

in the economic sense, as a form of outsourcing, attested by 1988, from off-shore.

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outsource (v.)

"obtain goods or a service from an outside or foreign supplier; contract work to an outside entity," especially in reference to work and jobs going overseas, by 1981 (implied in outsourcing), from out- + source (v.). Related: Outsourced.

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