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February 5th, 2008

Russia Eyes 4 Percent of Nanotech Market

Abstract:
The nanotech enterprises of Russia will cover 4 percent of the global market in the following seven to eight years, vowed Leonid Melamed, who heads the state-controlled Rosnanotekh corporation.
"The task has been set clearly - 4 percent of the global market in 2015. It's those 4 trillion rubles that are to be generated by that date on aggregate," Melamed told reporters during the press conference held in Interfax Tuesday.

Roughly 17 percent of the product will be made by using nanotechnology by 2014, Melamed announced, specifying that, nowadays, the composite materials produced by using nanotechnology account for roughly 40 percent of Boeing's aviation product.

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