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Strategic directions for development of the biotechnology sector in some world countries: guidelines for Ukraine


Authors suggest analysis of foreign experience for state regulation of the biotechnology developmentprocess based on the example of strategic policy documents for the medium and long term perspective.Article reveals the effectiveness of these documents use.

Suggested is the number of activities on thedevelopment of biotechnological sector in Ukraine, which in future will allow creation of an attractiveand competitive investment industry.

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