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SoftBank Plans $4.5 Billion Investment in South Korean Tech Sector

SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son said he intends to invest around $4.5 billion in South Korea’s technology sector over the next decade, with money going to fields including smart robots, the “Internet of Things” and artificial intelligenc...
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