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April 9th, 2004

Korea-Germany Combine Know-How in Technology Institute

Horst Teltschik, the president of Boeing Germany, was in Korea to celebrate the ground-breaking ceremony of the Korean-German Institute of Technology (KGIT) on Thursday. “The KGIT will be a strong stimulation for the development of engineering technology in Korea for it provides a chance to learn advanced technologies without studying in Germany,” he said. "We are planning to operate research institutes in 12 sectors such as information technology engineering, nanotechnology, environmental energy and graduate schools.”


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