Export rules may have cost U.S. firms $21B, AIA report says

02/6/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

A report by the Aerospace Industries Association says limits on U.S. exports may have cost defense firms $21 billion in lost sales since the late 1990s. "Instead of preventing other countries from developing space capabilities, barriers to export for U.S. satellite products have prompted numerous countries to create indigenous space capabilities and leverage their growing market share" for research and innovation, said the AIA.

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