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Government ‘should provide more direct project funding’

Policy bureau outlines benefits of using prizes and tenders to stimulate innovation

The Dutch government could stimulate more innovation by providing more direct project funding, according to a policy body.

The CPB, a national bureau for economic policy analysis, recommends that the government should spend around €100 million a year on prizes and tenders for specific public projects and innovation in small businesses.

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