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Stats show little research funding going transnational

European countries spent 3.8 per cent of their annual R&D budgets on cross-border research in 2010, on average, according to figures compiled by Eurostat.

Countries varied in the percentage of funding they put towards transnational research. Belgium spent the largest part, 8.95 per cent, and was called an “exceptional case”. Austria followed with 4.76 per cent of its R&D funding going towards international projects, while Romania was lowest at 0.27 per cent.

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