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South Korea in the first place in the world in terms of the ratio of investment in science to the country's GDP

For the second year in a row, the Republic of Korea ranks first in the world in terms of the volume of investment in research and development to a country's GDP. This is stated in the report of the Ministry of Scientific Forecasting for 2013 year, published 21 November.

It notes that last year this figure was 4,15 percent. The top three also included Israel - 3,93 percent, and Finland - 3,55 percent. The total investment in scientific research in Kazakhstan amounted to approximately $ 54 billion 100 million, which is 6,9 percent more than in 2012. This is the sixth largest in the world. The top five included the US - 453 billion 400 million dollars, Japan - 199 billion 100 million dollars, China - 163 billion 100 million dollars, Germany - 102 billion dollars, France - 58 billion 900 million dollars ...
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