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Songdo Techno Park
Korea

Songdo Technopark is a non-profit foundation established together with the University of Incheon, Inha University, and Korea Institute of Industrial Technology to incubate companies and increase the technological competitiveness of small- and medium-sized enterprises. Songdo Technopark is financially founded by the Ministry of Knowledge Economy and Incheon Metropolitan City. 

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