France to Invest $121.5Mln in Space Projects Over Next 2 Years, Macron Says


Paris, France (Sputnik) Jan 13, 2021

French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday pointed to the excessive competition in the European space industry and called for larger investments, noting that Paris would allocate 100 million euros ($121.5 million) for space projects in the next two years.

“In terms of [economic] recovery, we have decided to invest 100 million euros in space, which will cover innovations related to carrier

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