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April 26th, 2007
The Queen's Awards, established more than 40 years ago to promote British enterprise as a force for good in the world, are becoming ever more finely tuned to the changing needs of modern business.
This year's crop of Oxfordshire winners includes a green printing company, a firm which trains people how to taste beer and the nanotechnology subsidiary of Oxford Instruments, NanoAnalysis.
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