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April 26th, 2005
Gyeonggi looks for $2b in foreign investment
Gyeonggi Province hopes to attract foreign investment amounting to $2 billion this year, officials at a promotion seminar for high-tech companies said.
In addition to information technology, Gyeonggi is striving to attract global research and development centers in the fields of bio and nanotechnologies, according to Sohn. The Gwanggyo Techno Valley in Suwon will soon see the completion of the Special Nano Fab Center, the Gyeonggi Bio Center and the Next-generation Fusion Technology Institute.
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