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The chemi9cal industry supports the concept of giving more societal and politicalrelevance to the key industrial R & D objectives. As the supplier of new material, the chemical industry has much to the formulation and implementation of the Programmed, as has chemistry as an enabling sceince. To achieve this, there is a need t9o create a new mechanism to facilitate communication and co-ordination between the academic institution, chemical industry and research laboratories, in order to extracts the maximum benefit from collaborative research and develop.

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