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September 28th, 2007

Finland successful at CIFIT in Xiamen

Abstract:
Finland participated for the first time in the China International Fair for Investment and Trade (CIFIT) in Xiamen in the beginning of September.

The Finnish pavilion concentrated on three focus areas in which Finland is a world leader: ICT, nanotechnology and well-being technologies. A new Finnish breakthrough innovation, the FogScreen, was also presented at the exhibit. The FogScreen is a projection screen that produces a thin curtain of "dry" fog that serves as a translucent projection screen. Finland also presented on Sunday in an investment seminar organised by CIFIT. Finland's advantages were pointed out to foreign investors.

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