Up Close With Russian Investor Rusnano: A Q&A With Anatoly Chubais
In 2007, the Russian government committed $10 billion to invest in nanotechnology. About half of that has been invested, with little to show for it so far. After a recent shake-up, Rusnano is looking to prove itself and attract the private investors that could allow it eventually to privatize.
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