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March 30th, 2004
High Point Council Approves Incentives for Startup Technology Company
City leaders on Monday unanimously approved spending up to $71,400 in taxpayer-funded incentives to help a startup technology company. QuarTek International Inc., a fledgling firm that will market and develop products made through nanotechnology, plans to establish a research facility in north High Point's Piedmont Centre.
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