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December 7th, 2006
Georgia spends less than 1 percent of its state budget on technology ventures, but purely throwing money at the sector won't necessarily put the state on par with traditional technology havens such as California and Massachusetts, lawmakers said last week at a Technology Association of Georgia policy roundtable.
One good example is nanotechnology, in which the state ranks 19th, according to the Technology Leadership Coalition.
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