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Trends in high-technologic industries development in Russia

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The article are devoted to the aspects of high technologic industries specification in economy are studied, analyzes dynamics of main results of their activities in modern world and Russian economy. The main problems of operation and development of high technology and science-intensive industries development in Russia are defined, the recommendation on their solution are given. The conclusion is made that high technology branches in the Russian statistics are evaluated using understated parameters.

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