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March 3rd, 2008

Nanotechnology Products Earn Taiwan Billions

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Over NT$300 billion (US$9.68 billion) in nanotechnology production value has been amassed by Taiwan's manufacturers in the last five years, thanks to a six-year developing program that combines efforts from academia and industry, a Council for Economic Planning and Development (CEPD) official said Sunday.

The program, drafted by the Cabinet-level CEPD and operated by a range of research institutions, including the National Science Council (NSC) and Industrial Technology Research Institute, was launched in 2003 to apply nanotechnology toward commercial use with a budget of NT$18.9 billion.

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