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Global Space Spending Expected To Dip
March 20, 2013
SPACE TURNDOWN: Government spending worldwide on outer space peaked last year at $72.9 billion, but Euroconsult expects such spending to drop due to global fiscal austerity pressures, with improvement not expected before 2015. Says Steve Bochinger, COO at Euroconsult, in a new report: “2013 should...
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