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June, 12 2012 10:31:58

Furikura Fibre Optics inaugurates

BINH DUONG — Fujikura Fibre Optics Viet Nam Co last week inaugurated its second factory in the Viet Nam-Singapore Industrial Park in southern Binh Duong Province.

Covering an area of 1ha, the project will turn out fiber optic components for use in telecommunication and data communication systems with the high technology transferred from the Fujikura Group in Japan. The company's first plant came into operation in 2001. The total yearly revenue of the two plants was expected to reach over US$158 million. — VNS

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