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November 4th, 2005

Nanotech to give competitive edge to future textile industry

Abstract:
International textile giants such as Zegna, Marzotto, and Ziche will be convening next month in Padua, Italy to discuss what they are expecting nanotechnologies to deliver to help make their businesses stay ahead of the competition.

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