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Rusnano chairman Anatoly Chubais
Photo: Olivia Hu, Digitimes, October 2008
Rusnano chairman Anatoly Chubais Photo: Olivia Hu, Digitimes, October 2008

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Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies (Rusnano), a state-run company set up to encourage the development of nanotechnology worldwide and to strengthen Russia's position in the field, is currently in Taiwan seeking potential cooperation partnerships, according to company chairman Anatoly Chubais.

Rusnano seeking nanotechnology cooperation partners in Taiwan

Taipei, Taiwan | Posted on October 4th, 2008

Rusnano has been impressed by the development and progress made by Taiwan companies in the field of nanotechnology, and hopes to team up to further advance nanotech product development, Chubais stated.

Rusnano will offer funding at low interest rates to assist potential partners in developing nanotechnology projects on condition that part of any subsequent production is carried out in Russia, explained Alexander Losyukov, vice chairman for international cooperation, Rusnano.

Established in July 2007, Rusnano has held talks over 660 cooperation projects, with about 360 cases likely eligible for financial and other support, Losyukov indicated.

Rusnano currently has on-hand a total capital of about US$5 billion which it wants to invest in the nanotechnology industry, chairman Chubais revealed.

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