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June 17th, 2005
Economic growth - the "bottom-up" way
Canton Aargau has become tired of waiting for the government to stimulate the flagging national economy and has launched its own ambitious action plan.
On the research front, the canton will support the nanotechnology sector via subsidies worth SFr5 million ($4 million) a year to Basel University to help fund collaborative projects, in particular with the Paul Scherrer Institute in the Aargau town of Villigen.
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