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Dow Opens Korean Electronic Materials Lab

12:35 PM MDT | March 21, 2012 | Rebecca Coons

Dow Chemical says it has opened an electronic materials R&D center near Seoul, Korea  to advance technologies for displays and semiconductors. Dow did not disclose the cost of facility, which employs approximately 300 people, but says the investment brings its total ten-year investment in the Korean electronic materials market to $400 million. “This investment makes sense. Dow provides best-in-class technologies to enable faster, smaller and more powerful electronics and Korea is a global leader in the electronics market. With our new R&D...

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