World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Development Minister Cevdet Yilmaz met Turkish citizens in Tokyo, Japan on Saturday.
Yilmaz was briefed about the sectors which Turkish citizens are working on, and he also made assessments about the expenses spent for research and development in Japan.
He said that Japan reserved three percent of its budget to research and development, adding that this figure was 0.84 percent in Turkey.
Yilmaz is currently in Japan to attend Tokyo Conference on Afghanistan.
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