For years Japan has been known for its world-class universities, established government laboratories and several Nobel Prizes. Yet despite being a long-standing innovation leader, the latest report shows Japan's relative impact remains below the world average. What is behind this underperformance? And what threats or opportunities are on the horizon as a result?
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