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August 26th, 2009

Canada needs new paradigm for research and innovation

Biotechnology and other emerging technologies (e.g. nanotechnology) as yet make no meaningful contribution to GDP and for various reasons, such as the lack of domestic multinational pharmaceutical companies, will not do so for decades to come.


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