Eurostat: Slovenia's R&D Budget Decreasing
Brussels/Luxembourg, 12 January - Slovenia spent EUR 338m on research and development in 2005, which represents or 1.22% of its GDP, according to data released by Eurostat on Friday. This is down 2.3% compared to 2001, and runs contrary to the Lisbon Strategy goal of increasing the budget for R&D to at least 3% of GDP by 2010.
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