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January 13, 2017 in News

The Permanent Secretariat of Sela, in addition, stresses that in this context, technological and industrial policy has been of very little explicit part of State intervention, leaving the market forces the processes of diffusion of technologies resulting in a linear process, from scientific research. It should not be forgotten that from 1993 intend to establish a technological and industrial policy was made more explicit through the importance of the Clinton – Gore administration conferred on its participation in the strengthening of their technological capacity. Thus, Woolston the role of the Government in the economy and gained much momentum the conviction of having a technological policy, based on that competitiveness is an issue of national security. Remember also, that the Clinton Administration for that then covered: 1) that the federal Government changed its priorities in terms of research and development at the service of the objectives of the Government in the areas of Defense, space and atomic energy towards technological development in collaboration with private industry, all this in order to strengthen industrial competitiveness. (2) The Government in technologies for civil projects tended to be developed increasingly in collaboration with the private sector. This required making less rigid restrictions on participation of entities private bodies of the Government Council; (3) Signatures in a strengthening of the antitrust and environment in response to the international competitive pressures, gradually abandoned the strategies of vertical integration and headed towards different types of alliances with suppliers, distributors, competitors, ect. for precompetitivos research and development and infrastructure activities. In particular, the United States for that then and still maintain their interest in research and development; technical assistance to industry; information; infrastructure, exports, education and taxes. With regard to the European economic community, SELA pointed out that its entry into force, in July 1987, the single European Act introduced important modifications to the Treaty of Rome, this represented a crucial stage in the process of the establishment of programmes and policies aimed at strengthening research and technological development of countries members of the community.

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