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0.49 (0.10)

0.42 (0.20)

Note: Figures for Germany before 1990 are only for the FRG; figures in parentheses indicate the ratio of non-nuclear energy R&D expenditure.

Note: Figures for Germany before 1990 are only for the FRG; figures in parentheses indicate the ratio of non-nuclear energy R&D expenditure.

Sources: Energy Research, Development and Demonstration in the IEA Countries (IEA, 1980), Review of National Programmes (IEA, 1981), Energy Policies and Programmes of IEA Countries, 1987 Review (IEA, 1988), Energy Policies and Programmes of IEA Countries, 1994 Review (IEA, 1995).

Table 20.3 summarizes trends in Japanese government energy R&D expenditure and MITI's share in 1980,1985 and 1994. It indicates that MITI was primarily responsible for Japanese government non-nuclear energy R&D, with more than 90 per cent of the total government budget.

Table 20.3 Trends in Japanese government energy R&D expenditure and MITI's share (billion yen at 1985 fixed prices)

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