Cooperation in space is commercial as well as international for India
In India, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) can be a lucrative associate for large, medium and small enterprises, as more than 500 companies now contribute to the Indian civil space program. As India’s space program grows, more business—currently not in high volumes—is expected as exports rise. ISRO’s budget for outsourcing work to industry exceeds $1 billion this year. As it creates an Indian supply chain using public-private partnerships, opportunity grows with the rise ...
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