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September 9th, 2003
In China, a crowded nano tools market has companies vying for space
Zhao Yu Le, managing director of Shanghai’s Zuo Lun Nanoequipment, likes research and he likes results, which is why he got involved in the less glamorous, but more immediately useful segment of nanotechnology: tools. Tools have the advantage of turning a profit more quickly than a nanoproduct destined for consumers. The downside of the tool market is its relatively small size.
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