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18.06.2013

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Melbourne company ANCA says innovation the key to success MP3

AM broadcasts today from the headquarters of a very successful Australian company called ANCA. It makes computer controlled machines that make grinding and cutting tools used for making anything from hip joints to components for Apple iPhones. The company employs 800 people and says its success is based on developing smart ideas and exporting their products around the globe. Source: abc.net.au

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