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Some 20 kilometres from Skopje in the Macedonian countryside lies Hi-Tech, a company which specialises in manufacturing circuit boards, the electric hearts of the many technological devices we use everyday.

Its company philosophy is simple; it transforms ideas into prototypes. Big factories often are unable to quickly run up a prototype for the electronics in a new device, they are too big and slow. But this factory can produce a prototype in a few days or even a few hours.

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