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September 20th, 2004
México seeds valley incubator
The Mexican government plans to open a business incubator in San Jose to nurture 10 high-tech Mexican startups. To that end, the Mexican Consulate is looking for 10,000 square feet of suitable space to lease, and hopes to have the new businesses moving in at the first of the year, says Consul General Bruno Figueroa.
Among the sectors that Mexico wants to include are security, nanotech, biotech and software.
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