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March 19th, 2007
Government determines five priorities of innovation activity in Ukraine
he Government has approved and submitted to the VR a bill "On Amendments to the Law of Ukraine "On Priority Trends of Innovation Activity in Ukraine", providing for five priorities and financing from the budget, "Cabinet press office" reported.
According to Education and Science Minister Stanislav Nikolayenko, the bill can be applied in the sectors of energy preservation, IT, medicine, nanotechnology and new technology in agriculture.
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