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April 15th, 2004
Indian Textile Mills Hit the Jackpot
Back in the real world, India's Business Standard reports on the effect that nanotechnology is having on the Indian textile sector. "The textile mills have also hit the jackpot - they are selling large quantities of nano-treated fabrics, especially in the international market." While most of the manufactures are licensees of Nano-Tex, who are also planning an Indian R&D Centre, it does illustrate a very important point when it comes to bringing nanotechnology to market. The nanotechnology has to be compatible with existing processes.
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