Technology and Innovation in Japan: Policy and Management for the Twenty-First Century

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a priority under the Basic Plan. The hope is that this process of international ization will accelerate in the future as a result of increased resources (the Ministry of Finance notwithstanding), increased research quality, and increasing experience with successful international collaborations.


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