Considerable increase in Norway’s R&D
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Preliminary figures for 2015 show that Norway spent more than 60 billion NOK on research and experimental development (R&D). This represents an increase of 12 per cent from 2014, or 6.5 billion NOK. The R&D share of GDP increases from 1.72 to 1.93 per cent. Close to 42 700 full-time equivalents (FTEs) were performed on R&D in 2015, this is almost 2 400 more than in 2014.