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Scale-ups drive productivity growth and R&D spending in Canada, study finds

OTTAWA — Scale-ups play an outsized role in productivity growth and investment in research and development in Canada, but policymakers need to take a more tailored approach to supporting them, according to a study from two innovation think tanks to be released Friday. Here’s a breakdown of its key findings:

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