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November 2nd, 2004
KGIP Co. is working with 13 German universities such as Munich Polytechnic to build a 27-storey research institute in Seoul by 2008. Once completed, the facility - the Korea-German Institute of Technology.
KGIT will feature 10 research divisions including information technology, nanotechnology and biotechnology, and will admit its first students in late 2008.
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