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Photon Electro Soul, a Japan-based electron beam generator manufacturer spun out of Nagoya University, raised ¥620m ($5.8m) through long-term and equity financing on Friday, which will be used to further develop its semiconductor inspection equipment. The investors included Japan Post Capital, JMTC Capital, Okasan Capital Partners and OKB Capital, respective subsidiaries of postal service Japan…

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