Nov 21 (Reuters) - Germany, worried it is losing its reputation for scientific and technological prowess, is introducing policies to boost science and technology at its universities. Below is a list of the most recent figures available from Eurostat on the proportion of gross domestic product a country spends on research and development. Most figures are for 2005. - Poland 0.57 percent - United Kingdom 1.76 percent - France 2.12 percent - Germany 2.49 percent - Sweden 3.89 ...
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