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September 23rd, 2003
Irish prime minister pushes trade with state
The third meeting of Irish and New York leaders in 18 months pushed for greater cooperation in high-technology research as Upstate New York tries to duplicate Ireland's transformed economy, said Bertie Ahern, the prime minister of Ireland said Monday. Sen. Clinton said schools including Cornell University, the state University at Buffalo, and the state University of New York at Cortland are engaged in programs with Dublin City University and other Irish colleges. The programs include supercomputers, nanotechnology and sports sciences.
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