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November 17th, 2003
EIB loan to help Europe stay at the forefront of nanoelectrical research
Europe's largest independent micro and nanoelectrics research centre, IMEC, has announced a major expansion of research infrastructure at its Belgian base, supported with an 84 million euro package of financial investment from the European Investment Bank (EIB) and local partners. The IMEC is to receive a 46.8 million euro loan from Fortis Bank - formulated with financial support from the EIB - in order to construct a range of new facilities, including a nanoelectrics clean room, a central utility building and an office block.
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