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January 3rd, 2005
State-designated districts called Keystone Innovation Zones are at the heart of efforts to make Pennsylvania and Philadelphia havens for companies that employ well-educated people in high-paying jobs.
Further efforts focus on boosting the amount of money available to startups and making the area a hub for nanotechnology research and commercialization.
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