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November 28th, 2007
Sirim Bhd is planning to acquire advanced technology from Iran which has the potential to be developed for Malaysian industries, Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Seri Jamaludin Mohd Jarjis said Wednesday.
The key technologies that Malaysia was keen to acquire included nano-materials, bio-materials, biotechnology and advanced composites as well as nanotechnology, he said.
"We realise that despite the economic and political pressures, Iran has made tremendous advancement in science and technology, especially in the area of nanotechnology," Jamaludin said at the First Malaysia-Iran Technology Cooperation and Business Forum here.
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