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July 12th, 2007
Russia government adopts nanotechnology development programme
The Russian government adopted on Tuesday a programme of the nanotechnology industry infrastructure for the years to 2010.
Science and Education Minister Andrei Fursenko presented a report on this topic.
He said an ultimate goal of the programme was the coming to the market of with nanotechnology products.
He said 27 billion roubles would be issued from the budge for the federal nanotechnology programme. Besides, a nanotechnology corporation, Gosrosnanotekh, has been established.
"We should relate all financial instruments and properly build the whole infrastructure of the nanoindistry," Fursenko said.
Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Zhuhkov said the government should develop and adopt a comprehensive programme of nanoindustry development for the years to 2015.
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