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March 6th, 2006

World Nanotubes to 2009

Demand for nanotubes is expected to reach $250 million worldwide in 2009 and by 2020 will likely approach $10 billion. (This forecast assumes continued success in production technology improvements to bring pricing to a competitive level.) Early successes will be in electronics, where performance enhancing attributes offered by nanotubes will allow manufacturers of displays and other electronic components to meet increasingly demanding goals.


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