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Spanish government adopts plan to double country’s R&D spend

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Spending intended to reach 2.12 per cent of GDP by 2027

The Spanish government has adopted a 2021-27 plan for science, technology and innovation that aims to double total R&D spending in the country to 2.12 per cent of GDP by the end of the period.

“This significant increase is essential after a decade of budget cuts and administrative difficulties for Spanish science and innovation,” the government said on 8 September.

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