This report proposes the best way of pursuing EU-Japan industrial cooperation in the field of Space through reviewing current cooperation and investigating the current level of trade. It also provides information on the respective Space sector landscape from the political, policy and industrial points of view. Finally, it identifies areas of industrial cooperation for which local gaps in knowledge or experience could be filled by foreign expertise. Recommendations to the Japanese and European stakeholders are also provided in order to enhance the economic, business frameworks, and the intercultural dimension, as well as with the aim of facilitating EU-Japan industrial cooperation in the field of Space.
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