high technology


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high technology

highly sophisticated, often electronic, techniques used in manufacturing and other processes
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According to the British Business daily of 1987 the term of high technologies was fashionable and used to be attributed to a number of products and markets (Meldrum 1995), thus it is quite likely that even the products which did not have features of high technology products were referred to as such.
I am not in favor of increased government spending - even if it is called investment, and even if it is directed to high technology.
All of the above qualities are ideal for high technology and Internet tenants.
As indicated, the property can be delivered vacant, which will allow the successful purchaser to readily re-lease 150 Nassau Street at current market rates to high technology and office tenants, or allow purchaser to immediately commence converting the property into a residential condominium or hotel.
Amazingly, 65 percent of the clients at the Center are Internet and other high technology businesses.

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