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May 16th, 2006
Nanotechnology is the "future"
State Comptroller Alan Hevesi told a group of companies and investors interested in nanotechnology that the state is committed to investing to help them grow. He said that $420 million of the $250 million in the New York State Retirement Fund was committed to high-tech companies -- an intentional misstatement -- then joked, "I'm not good with numbers."
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