BERLIN - The U.S. has lost its lead in vital areas of space and will continue to give up business unless its export rules are relaxed to spur more international collaboration. That’s the verdict of Elliot Pulham, CEO of the Space Foundation, which is widely regarded as the foremost international advocate for all sectors of the global space economy. Pulham noted that the global space economy has grown more than 40% over the past five years to $261 billion in 2009, of which more ...


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