last year, the government, industry and universities in Germany has provided approximately $ 105 billion euros on research and development in the country, reports on Thursday, November 28, the Agency dpa, citing data from a government study.
In 2018 in Germany invested in research about 3.13 percent of its gross domestic product (GDP). In particular, the business has allocated 72 billion euros, which is five percent more than in 2017. It is noted that 27 billion of them in the study invested automakers.
the amount of investment in research and development above the average recorded in the pharmaceutical, aviation and space spheres, as well as in electronics and information and communications sectors.
In General, the company has created around 14 500 jobs in the field of research. It is noted that Germany is the second consecutive year, achieves inherent in EU member countries goal to increase spending on research and development to three percent of GDP. By 2025, the Federal government aims to achieve the target of 3.5 percent.