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See Inside Why Mexico Struggles to Make Science Pay Off

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FALLING BEHIND: Mexico has the world's 10th-largest economy, and it is growing at a rate of at least 3.5 percent per year. Yet the country spends only a tiny fraction of its gross domestic product on research and development, even less than economically troubled nations such as Spain and Italy.
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Pitch Interactive; SOURCE: ORGANIZATION FOR ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT'S RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT STATISTICS DATABASE http://stats.oecd.org

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