Denmark: DKK 11 billion extra to research

18.04.2006
The Danish government proposes to allocate DKK 11 billion extra to research from 2007 to 2010. The plan will make Denmark reach the goal of 1 % of GDP to research within 2010.
“These investments will strengthen Denmark’s position as one of the leading knowledge based societies in the world”, says Minister of Science Helge Sander.

In addition to the extra DKK 11 billion to research and development, the Danish government proposes to allocate an extra 2.1 billion to innovation.

Read more on the website of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
Read commentary from The Danish Rectors’ Conference
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