Slovenia Is the Biggest Investor in R&D among EU Applicants, Survey Shows
Luxembourg, 28 June - With an average 1.51 percent of the GDP allocated for research and development, Slovenia is the leading EU candidate in terms of investments in this field, although this share is still far from what EU members invest in R&D, according to a survey carried out by Eurostat, the EU's statistical office, for the 1996-2000 period.
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