R&D expenditure of the Canadian mining industry by sub-industry 2013

This statistic shows the research and development expenditures of the mining industry in Canada in 2013, by sub-industry. R&D spending in the Canadian mining industry was projected to be around 677 million Canadian dollars in total.

Research and development expenditures of Canada's mining industry in 2013, by sub-industry (in million Canadian dollars)*

Expenditure in million Canadian dollars
Mining and related support activities191
Primary metals: ferrous30
Primary metals: non-ferrous208
Fabricated metal products188
Non-metallic mineral products60
Total677
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Release date

February 2017

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2013

Supplementary notes

* Preliminary data

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