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March 5th, 2007
The report said Australia, Poland, Spain, Italy, Mexico, and Hungary lag behind in terms of innovation.
"Australia is a low-tech country with little to show in terms of leading edge programs like space exploration, nanotechnology, or other patentable inventions," stated the report.
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