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October 29th, 2004
Oregon business attracts millions in private money
Oregon is enjoying a sharp uptick in venture capital investment this year, according to two reports issued this week, with more private money invested in the state through September than in all of 2003.
John Miner, president of Intel Capital, named semiconductors, video displays, electronic design and nanotechnology, among others.
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