EU asks how to improve innovation:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European Commission has launched a public consultation on how to achieve more breakthrough technologies. "Europe needs more innovation" and is falling short of its aim of becoming the world's most competitive economy by 2010. "At the current rate of progress none of the innovation gaps with the US would be closed before 2010, while competition from low-cost countries is mounting," the EU believes. The consultation ends May 31 2004.
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