Nanogate announces IPO details

As we mentioned in the September 25, 2006 Lux Research Journal, Nanogate AG has been exploring the possibility of an IPO; the company announced on Friday that it will indeed be going public, tentatively on October 18, in hopes of raising €16-24 million to finance future growth. Up to 603,000 shares ...

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