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Spain sets out research spending plan for its regions


Central government will contribute two-thirds of a five-year €456 million R&D fund

Spain’s central government has set out its 2021-25 R&D spending plan for the country’s regions, totalling €456 million in investments.

The central Ministry of Science and Innovation announced on 29 July that it will provide €299m, which is 66 per cent of the total, with the regions covering the remaining €157m.

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