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April 9th, 2007
U.S. firms told of opportunities in China's west
It was Micron's first manufacturing facility in China and is a project involving the biggest investment ever made at the Xi'an High-Tech Zone.
Applied Materials Inc., a major nanotechnology manufacturer, also opened a new technology support center here last month.
The latest in the wave of American companies "going west" is software giant Oracle, which is to open its fifth Chinese branch in Xi'an.
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