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Robotics firms make trip to China seeking investors

BOSTON — Representatives from 10 Massachusetts robotics companies will travel to China at the end of October to meet with potential investors and companies there in an effort to connect American innovation with Chinese capital and partnership opportunities. The trip, which is scheduled for Oct. 22-30, was organized by InTeahouse, a Chinese-style teahouse in Cambridge's Central Square that helps to create bridges between technology innovators in the U.
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