Jefferies Sees Potential 5 Percent Hike in EU Government/Academic Funding for 2012 | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Investment bank Jefferies today issued a report saying the budgets of the largest Western European Union funding sources for government-backed research could increase by 5 percent in 2012 despite weakness in the larger macroeconomic environment there.

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