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July 23rd, 2007

Russia's Putin inks bill to set up state nanotechnology company

Abstract:
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law a bill seeking to set up a state company to develop nanotechnology projects, the president's press office reported Monday.

The bill was approved by the parliament earlier this month.

Under the law, the company will be called the Russian Nanotechnology Corporation. The company's president will be appointed by the president of Russia, according to the law.

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prime-tass.com

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