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October 22nd, 2006
Italy Targets Knowledge-Based Companies for Growth
Italy is also shaping up to be a world player in nanotechnology, with more than 1,200 workers directly involved and 70 million euro in R&D funding. “The quality of research at Italy’s dedicated nanotechnology research centers and development potential continue to impress and commercialization is already underway,” the Italian Trade Commission’s Fishler said.
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