The size difference between the two files is confirmed. The bounding boxes
for the two .svg files are given below.
Illustrator - width="194.284px" height="75.238px"
Inkscape - width="242.855" height="94.04725"
The ratio of the sizes is exactly 1.25 which equals 90/72, which equals the
size ratio of a point to a pixel. It looks as though Inkscape has probably
assumed that the original dimensions were given in points, and has probably
converted them to pixels by multiplying by 90/72, which is a reasonable
thing to do. (However, I know nothing about Illustrator, so I don't know if
the native units in Illustrator are points or not.)
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