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0 billion, respectively, in 2002. 0%. The fruits of these investments are becoming evident as well. 13. 0 0 Israel Chinese Taipei Source: MSTI Database, June 2004. 14. Regional and national shares of triadic patent families 2000 % 40 1991 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 United States EU25 Japan Other OECD Rest of world Source: OECD Patents database, June 2004. 1 007 in 2001, exceeds that of all OECD countries except Sweden and Switzerland, and that of Russia (110) is above that of some newer OECD members.
0%. The fruits of these investments are becoming evident as well. 13. 0 0 Israel Chinese Taipei Source: MSTI Database, June 2004. 14. Regional and national shares of triadic patent families 2000 % 40 1991 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 United States EU25 Japan Other OECD Rest of world Source: OECD Patents database, June 2004. 1 007 in 2001, exceeds that of all OECD countries except Sweden and Switzerland, and that of Russia (110) is above that of some newer OECD members. The number of patent families held by Chinese inventors rose from 12 in 1991 to 93 in 2001, placing it ahead of a dozen of the smaller OECD economies, but the number of Chinese patent families per million inhabitants remains far below OECD average.