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May 18th, 2005
Textile makers push high-tech fibers to survive
Some Korean textile companies ... are trying to weave a new growth pattern by focusing on technology rather than wage a losing budget battle with Asian competitors.
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"It will lead the industry to generate more purified water at the reduced energy, which means mass-production of ultra pure water at much lower cost,"said Kim.
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