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March 8th, 2008
While he did not foresee any change in importing pharmaceutical products because of the investments made by Russian industry and India's production of certain medicines banned in Russia, he did see a significant potential for cooperation in biotechnology and nanotechnology.
Cooperation in information technology could be one of the strongest programmes between the two nations, he said. Russia could fill the gap in the number of engineers needed to fulfil India's entrepreneurial aspirations. Further, the combination of India's practical programming and Russia's system programming capabilities could result in the exchange of semi-products to bring a full product to market.
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