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March 21st, 2006

FEI Certified Tools Program to be Launched at SEMICON China

Abstract:
FEI
Company (Nasdaq: FEIC) will launch a Certified Tools program for the Chinese market during SEMICON China in Shanghai this week. The program, which features fully-tested and warranted factory-refurbished FEI systems, will provide China-based customers greater flexibility, capital equipment acquisition leverage and added confidence as research institutions and industrial customers across China continue to invest in nanoscale development and commercialization.

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