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ADI to spend $28 million on Irish R&D

6/28/2010 02:38 PM EDT
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re: ADI to spend $28 million on Irish R&D
Dr. Phil   7/1/2010 3:22:23 PM
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I must admit that I think Americans innovate better than most. It used to be that we could say better than all, unfortunately those days are but a memory. The Irish have done well with the high tech manufacturing opportunities that have come their way. I am glad to see them get a shot in the arm, albeit small, for the capability that exists there. They have done well over the last 30 yrs educating their populace in technology sciences. Bring a kid along - Teach Tech

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