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Special analysis in this year’s report focuses on the relationship between G20 nations’ research responses to COVID-19 and the research subject diversity of their portfolios. It finds that regions with more even research bases tend to support a response across a wider range of COVID-19 topics, while those with less even research bases tend toward a more specialized response.
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