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May 7th, 2013
Nanotechnologies and stem-cell technology are areas in which Chinese and US companies can have significant cooperation, a delegation of business executives from China and their American hosts agreed.
Quantum Sphere Inc, a Santa Ana, California, maker of nano-scale catalysts for chemical reactions, sees China as its biggest potential market.
"We focus on China," said Kevin Maloney, the company's president and CEO. Quantum Sphere recently signed a contract with a Beijing-based distributor through which it can explore the Chinese market for technology used in energy storage, ammonia production and other applications.
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