Enhancing Private-Sector Investment in Agricultural R,D&E in Australia

Enhancing Private-Sector Investment in Agricultural R,D&E in Australia

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If Australian agriculture is to remain competitive, partnerships between private- and public-sector agricultural research, development and extension (R,D&E) investors must be fostered. In addition, better data on where agricultural R,D&E investment is occurring will help to direct public funds to ensure critical capacity is maintained.

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