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November 8th, 2007
India and the executive arm of the European Union will set up a corpus fund of 10mn euros ($14.7mn) for research in nanotechnology, a top European Commission official said.
"We are for a joint call which will focus on collaborative research. The effort will receive support of about 5mn euros from each party," the commission's director general for research, Jose Manuel Silva Rodriguez, said at a news briefing in New Delhi on Wednesday.
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