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  • create marketing structures that could promote the most marketable products of high-tech companies and finance these structures from city and regional budgets

  • create conditions under which innovative companies can receive consulting services on preferential terms. This can be done by giving subsidies to the most professional enterprises making up the innovation infrastructure of the city. For example, such subsidies could be paid from the Obninsk Science City Program.

  • ensure that new commercially advantageous projects are discovered and promoted for financing

  • create an effective legal mechanism for transferring new technologies from research institutions to small high-tech enterprises

  • develop a mechanism for insuring the venture capital of investors, high-tech product developers, and manufacturers

  • create an attractive investment climate in the city to attract outside investors.

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