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Robotics Developer
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Robotics Developer   4/16/2012 5:21:30 PM
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It is great to see a local company getting VC support. I wonder why the Chinese jumped in and no-one else? I hope that the development of the flexible pcbs will continue as there will be some interesting applications that could be possible.

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Kinnar   4/16/2012 10:00:15 AM
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Flexible Printed Circuit Boards are really becoming a demanding products, it will surely give a boost to the companies associated with the technology, being in china also becomes one more plus point. It will a win win situation for the manufacturer.

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chanj0   4/15/2012 10:59:52 PM
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Fantastic News! I suppose Chinese investment is not binded to a country. Just like US VCs, Chinese VC are investing in any industry and in any where of the world. Is there data that shows investment from different countries' VCs?

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daleste   4/15/2012 7:56:53 PM
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When a country is successful in the business world, they accumulate cash. It is good to see that they are investing it back in the industry.

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goafrit   4/14/2012 9:56:51 PM
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This is good news. It shows that this world can be better if we all respect one another. I am very happy to read that a Chinese VC is leading innovation in U.S.

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kdboyce   4/14/2012 9:37:14 PM
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We will see an increasing amount of investments from Chinese VC's as an additional means to access for leading edge technologies.



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