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May 7th, 2007
Skills crunch will dog budget plans
It also includes $57.7 million for the CSIRO to establish a nanotechnology research centre and national nanotechnology strategy, as well as $89.2 million for improvements to ABN-related services, including online registration.
It remains to be seen if Treasury has the appetite for any seriously expensive technology projects because of the many ongoing initiatives funded in recent years.
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