How to transfer new technologies to the state that will help the country to make a technical and technological breakthrough?
Officials in every way prevent this.

How to transfer new technologies to the state that will help the country to make a technical and technological breakthrough? Officials in every way prevent this.

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Officials prevent this by all means.

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Answer 1
July, 2021

If you have a mind, then you should go to a normal country and develop there, helping to develop the country. If you do not have a mind, then the technology is questionable. This is probably why they are hindered - if a person brought his technology to Russia, then it is immediately clear that he is an idiot and it is not worth wasting time for acquaintance!

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