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January 07, 2000 
Kyocera Corp founder and Chairman Emeritus Kazuo Inamori (L), Kyocera Corp Chairman Kensuke Ito (C),... 
Tokyo, Japan 
KYOCERA CORP AND GOLDMAN SACHS HOLD JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE IN TOKYO. 
Kyocera Corp founder and Chairman Emeritus Kazuo Inamori (L), Kyocera Corp Chairman Kensuke Ito (C), and Goldman Sachs Chairman Henry Paulson pose for photograph at a joint news conference in Tokyo January 7. They announced that they would set up a 30 billion yen (US$285 million) venture fund later this month to invest in Japanese high-tech firms. Kyocera, the world's largest maker of integrated circuit ceramic packages, will put up 10 billion yen (US$95 million), while the U. S. investment bank will invest 20 billion yen (US$190 million) in the fund, which will concentrate on Japan's potentially lucrative high-tech startups.

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