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June 28th, 2006
Gov visits Tokyo, announces Salem plant upgrade
The governor also emphasized Oregon's leadership in nanotechnology, and as a model for unifying the efforts of government, higher education and the private sector in establishing a vibrant new aspect of research and development. "As Oregon's first ‘signature research center,' ONAMI will help expand our innovation economy, and bolster Oregon's leadership in nanotechnology research, development and advanced engineering," the governor said. "I invite Japanese companies to join us, to share in our progress and reap the financial rewards."
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