European defense officials and industry leaders are attempting to devise a strategy to stem a decade-long slide in research and development spending and to find ways to use available funds more effectively. European investment in military research and development is, according to senior European industrialists, barely a quarter that of the U.S. Even the impact of this expenditure is further diluted by the fragmentary nature of the way in which it is allocated at the national level, with ...
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