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May 12th, 2005
City to build three national service centers
Shanghai is preparing for the building of three public service centers to strengthen its position as a national technology base. The centers will provide facilities for measuring, information about standards, and quality testing. The facility will help China advance and upgrade its manufacturing industry.
The center, a 1 billion yuan (US$192 million) investment, is scheduled to start operation at the end of year for nano, biochemical, environment and other advanced scientific fields.
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