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September 21st, 2007
Spain Doubles Research & Development Spending
To become more competitive, Spain will double research and development spending to 47 billion euros (US$65 billion) for 2008-2011.
The cash will be primarily earmarked for research into health, biotechnology, energy and climate change, as well as telecommunications and information and nanotechnology.
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