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In Hong Kong's plastics industry, interest in 3D printing runs high

By: Steve Toloken

HONG KONG — 3D printing gets a lot of attention as a potential equalizer in global manufacturing. The typical story is that the technology can help companies in developed economies like the United States or Japan be more nimble and make tailored products to better compete against the low-cost, mass production economies like China.

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