Business Should Rally Round The Labs
The economic recession may be ending, but not the recession in corporate spending for research and development. A recent survey by this magazine (BW--July 1) indicates that R&D outlays by U. S. companies rose just 2.2% last year in inflation-adjusted terms--the second smallest increase in 15 years. And the National Science Foundation projects no real growth at all in such spending this year.
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