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Spain plans fourth consecutive year of cuts to research budget

An analysis of Spain’s draft research and development (R&D) budget for 2013 has shown that the government plans to cut its investment in science by 7.21%. This is the fourth annual cut to science funding in a row: support was reduced by 4% in 2010; 7% in 2011; and 25.5% in 2012. 

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