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November 17th, 2004
5 New Keystone Innovation Zones
On behalf of Governor Edward G. Rendell, Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Yablonsky today announced the certification of five new Keystone Innovation Zones (KIZs).
Both the Luzerne and Lackawanna County KIZs will target technology-driven business growth including the health-care / life sciences, nanotechnology / advanced manufacturing and plastics, information technology / new media and back office/finance areas. A number of these areas will feed into
the area of Homeland Security.
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