No. I've noticed that R&D statistics tend to be a few years out of date.Is there more recent stat on this? 2020
But consider how this year, R&D spending in China will likely accelerate because of the technology war and also because the Chinese economy is still looking at 1% annual growth.
And the USA and Europe will likely see far worse economic growth rates.
At this point, a 10% decline in US GDP looks realistic. And that assumes there isn't yet another lockdown in the coming months.
That will weigh far more on their R&D spending.