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Global government space spending declined by ##% in 2015, as spending totaled $## billion, down from $## billion in 2014. Government spending accounted for ##% of the global space economy, remaining unchanged from 2014. The U.S. government spent $## billion on defense and non-defense space efforts in 2015, a ##% increase from the $## billion spent in 2014. Non-U.S. government space investment declined in dollar terms, primarily due to exchange rates, to a total of $## billion in 2015, which was ##% less than the 2014 total of $## billion.


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The global space industry continued to grow in 2015, although currency fluctuations caused the appearance of a slight decline from $## billion in 2014 to $## billion in 2015. All financial data in this report is converted to U.S. dollars for analysis, and the dollar strengthened substantially...
In 2015, commercial infrastructure and support industries accounted for $## billion, ##% less than in 2014. The decrease was almost entirely due to the growing strength of the U.S. dollar. The commercial infrastructure and support industries category includes the hardware and services necessary to...
Commercial space products and services accounted for $## billion in spending in 2015, up ##% from $## billion in 2014. This category covers the applications that utilize space assets to provide practical benefits for individuals and organizations. It includes satellite communications and...

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