July 23, 2014

S. Korea, Romania to join forces in IT industry
Jul 23, 2014

S. Korea, Romania to join forces in IT industry.
The two have agreed to inject USD 1 million each. South Korea’s science ministry said Wednesday it has opened an information technology research center with its Romanian counterpart to conduct a handful of IT projects in the Eastern European country over the next three years, (...)
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