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State and city officials in New York began planning some eight years ago to develop the Brooklyn Army Terminal into a biotech hub in the city. But disputes between SUNY Downstate Medical Center and the city's Economic Development Corporation, the two organizations leading the effort, were often at odds over how to manage the project, the Wall Street Journal reports.

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