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April 15th, 2004
Japan boosts nanotechnology budget and industrial cooperation
Japanís nanotechnology budget for fiscal 2004, which began April 1, rose 3.1 percent to $875 million, according to Japan's Council for Science and Technology Policy. Meanwhile, the two main government ministries responsible for about 90 percent of the countryís nanotechnology research programs are both seeing their budgets increased. The Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry (METI), responsible for promoting near-to-commercialization research and development, has its nanotechnology research budget boosted to $101.4 million from $96.7 million last year.
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