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January 3rd, 2005
Another top Iranian hard-liner, Ali Larijani, announced Monday that he was entering the race to become the Islamic republic's next president.
He said a priority in the economy was investment in four fields: nanotechnology, biotechnology, nuclear technology for non-military purposes and information and communications technologies.
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