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July 5th, 2007
Nano Corporation: investments in future or money laundering?
Nanotechnologies are knocking on our door; they are coming with new medical equipment, engineering systems and precision instruments. No wonder that the Russian authorities are looking forward to a new nano-project to be established. Many foreign developed countries proclaimed their policy concerning nano-technologies, they invest billions dollars in this field, since who holds information and innovations - controls the future.
Nano-technologies are among the most popular topics discussed today in Russia - they are advertised, observed and supported by many TV channels and newspapers. The project is compared to the Soviet space program and work on H-bomb, what's more, the way of implementing the program reminds of an old Soviet system to form giant state-controlled corporations responsible for everything and nothing at the same moment.
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