Survey on research and development uncovers concerns about policies that affect visa and work restrictions, and undermine access to talent.
Companies are under pressure from "economic nationalism" to rethink how or where they invest in research and development.
Research reveals that nearly 33% have come under pressure to adjust their approach to R&D as nations change work or visa restrictions, causing companies to either lose employees or see less talent available.
And although the worldwide survey found that two-thirds of companies had not encountered problems in their headquartered country, they had felt the effects of economic nationalism elsewhere in the world.
The study, PwC's annual Global Innovation 1000 survey of R&D, also found that the top companies spe
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