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Sixth Year of Unprecedented R&D Growth Expected in 2000
(November 29, 2000)

This Data Brief describes recent trends in National and International R&D expenditures. The six years between 1994 and 2000 may have witnessed the largest real (adjusted for inflation) raise in U.S. expenditures on R&D, from $169 billion to $264 billion. The rise is due almost entirely to increased R&D funding by private industry.

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