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Coordinates: 47°50′33″N35°08′01″E / 47.8424776°N 35.1336336°E / 47.8424776; 35.1336336 The State Titanium Research and Design Institute is an institute that designs non-ferrous metallurgy works and produces materials used in the manufacture of semiconductors and carbon-graphite materials within Ukraine. [1] Institute placed in Zaporizhzhia.

Around 500 people work at the Institute.

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