ITER Korea in new offices

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ITER Korea in new offices

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In June, ITER Korea moved into new offices in Daejeon. The new building allows enough space to house almost all of our staff, currently about 60 people, with "enough additional space to support the expected maximum number of staff of one hundred in addition to multiple meeting rooms", reports Soun Pil Kwon, Head of Communications. "We have also upgraded our video conferencing system which is in operation," he added.


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