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May 23rd, 2005

Promod Haque To Look At Wireless Tech

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“We are in discussions with a company in the wireless space, looking to develop a mobile handset for under US $20. In nano technology, where we have begun to invest in the US, we are looking for an offshore development centre for one,” Haque said. The technology developer would be based in India.

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