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8/28/2012 08:35 AM EDT
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re: Russia backs e-beam lithography firm
resistion   8/28/2012 3:02:59 PM
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Does Mapper approve its lens system to be made at the Russian site? Is that site even qualified to do it?

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re: Russia backs e-beam lithography firm
Peter Clarke   8/28/2012 4:33:11 PM
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@resistion The information about Russian manufacture of key components came from Mapper so I should think they are OK with it. It is basically the price of the $50 million that Rusnano is putting up. Many of Rusnano's deals have had a local (Russian) manufacturing element to them.

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