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Mapper Opens Russian MEMS Fab

7/9/2014 01:00 AM EDT
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goafrit   7/9/2014 8:58:48 PM
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>> The creation of the production facility follows on from the announcement in 2012 that Russia's Rusnano would invest about €40 million (about $50 million) in Mappe

That is part of the Skolkovo plan. Redesign the economy of Russia so that it can be driven my knowledge instead of natural gas and oil.  It is possible with this new focus, Skolkovo will get back on track. Yet, MEMS is a tough business. Great promise, but hard to execute.

 

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