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This chapter presents a short history of the development of New Technology-Based Firms (NTBFs) and the governmental supports for their development in Iran. The historical review deals with the optimistic view of the Iranian S&T policy makers who strongly believe in the emergence of many potentially successful knowledge-based enterprises in the country.
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