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December 18th, 2007
First Deputy PM Cautioned Against Fake Nanotechnology
The quirky vendors and advertisers are cheating the nation by using the "nano" word to promote goods, RIA Novosti reported referring to Russia's First Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov.
So far, the product with "nano" word in its name is just an advertising trick, as it is yet to be licensed, Ivanov specified, giving the so-called anti-rust nano-zinc and nano-crème as examples.
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