DTI report urges Government to fund RFID push

March 2007
Electronics Weekly;3/14/2007, Issue 2279, p5
Trade Publication
The article cites a report released by the British Department of Trade & Industry, which says that the government should provide funding to encourage the development and use of radio frequency identification technology. The report, titled Global Watch Mission, states that the government should follow Japan's example to support product and application development.


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