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5/3/2012 02:41 PM EDT
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krisi
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krisi   5/7/2012 7:51:46 PM
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Armenia, interesting choice for an executive forum!

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goafrit   5/3/2012 11:09:40 PM
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Perhaps our industry World Economic Forum. It will be good to read their communique after the meeting so that we can know where they think the industry is going.

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nicolas.mokhoff   5/3/2012 4:31:24 PM
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Armenia has found investments from several EDA companies, including Synopsys and Virage LOgic before Synopsys bought them. http://www.synopsys.com/Company/Locations/Armenia/AboutArmenia/Pages/default.aspx In the former Soviet Union the counrtry had scientific and technical centers tied to universities both in Armenia and Russia, as well as Ukraine, all of which graduated some the best computer scientists and research engineers. The IEF is smart in landing this year's executive forum in this ancient land with modern technology knowhow.

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