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Korean industry to "do its utmost" for ITER

Ji-Min Song, ITER Korea

During the meeting, valuable discussions took place about the lessons learned in seeking ways to enhance the contribution of Korean industry to the overall ITER Project. (Click to view larger version...)
During the meeting, valuable discussions took place about the lessons learned in seeking ways to enhance the contribution of Korean industry to the overall ITER Project.
The third forum for the eight Korean Domestic Agency (KO-DA) industries that participate in supplying the ITER procurement items took place on 16 October at ITER Korea with officials from the Ministry of Education and Technology, senior managers from the KO-DA, and Mitsunori Kondoh from the ITER Organization.

During the meeting, valuable discussions took place about the lessons learned in seeking ways to enhance Korean industries' contributions to the overall ITER Project.
 
Both the Korean government and the KO-DA were delighted with the KO-DA suppliers' consensus that they would do their utmost to meet the schedule and quality requirements, thus enabling  Korea to comply with its obligations to provide ITER with its in-kind procurements.


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