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November 1st, 2006

Indian nanotech firm to move to Singapore

Abstract:
Bangalore-based nanotechnology firm Qtech Nanosystems has decided to transfer its operations as it seeks to utilise the city-state's R&D infrastructure, strong intellectual property protection regime and venture capitalist funds.

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