EC: Poland is weakest of EU27's 'moderate innovators'.

By bne IntelliNews February 8, 2012
Poland has been branded as a "moderate innovator" with its performance below the EU27 average in the Innovation Union's performance scoreboard for research and innovation, according to a report by the European Commission. However, it was ranked the worst among the nine-member "moderate innovators" group and preceded only four other EU member-states. Poland's relative strengths are in human resources, finance and support, firm investments and economic effects. Relative weaknesses are in open, excellent and attractive research systems, linkages & entrepreneurship, intellectual assets and innovators, the report reads.
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