INTI

INTI
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The National Institute of Industrial Technology (Castilian: Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Industrial), commonly known as INTI, is an Argentine federal agency in charge of the development of Industrial technology. It is a technical reference of the Argentine State in implementing regulations and identity of product quality in industry and commerce, is also responsible for public technology for the integration of the entire community into the production system, promoting partnership and local development and fostering the creation companies and micro enterprises. Plays an important role in relation to industrial competitiveness, particularly strengthening the links national value chains, and implementing innovative solutions, from design stage to final product. INTI is present in all provinces along Argentina, annually provides services to more than 9000 companies and the state government, through more than 2000 professionals and technicians, spread over 37 research and development centers, seven coordinations, 27 extension units, 16 information offices, programs and special areas (Wikipedia).

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