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Home Portfolio Communications & Technology Statistical update: ABS innovation and technology round-up
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DEPARTMENTSAustralian Bureau of Statistics
TAGS Australian Bureau of Statistics, REPORTS
New data on innovation and technology use has been released by Australia’s statistical agency.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its six-monthly Innovation and Technology Update.
According to the ABS:
“The Newsletter provides information on statistical developments and releases in the research and experimental development, venture capital, innovation, and information and communication technology fields. It also provides information about the Business Longitudinal Database.”
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