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July 7th, 2003
Sumitomo to Research Promising Nanotechnology Companies
Fidelys LLC, a Los Angeles-based corporate advisory and investment banking firm, has been retained by Summit Specialty Chemicals LLC, a subsidiary of Japan's Sumitomo Corporation, to play a key role in its drive to develop, license and commercialize promising nanotechnology companies.
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