Expert: Economic incentives will keep Fla.'s Space Coast competitive

Florida's Space Coast has a history in the space industry and a pool of talented workers, and a key launch facility, but to stay in the competition to lure commercial spaceflight companies, it needs to do more, including providing economic incentives for firms to relocate, says Michael Lopez-Alegria, president of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation. Speaking at a Space Coast Economic Development Commission luncheon Wednesday, Lopez-Alegria told his audience that commercial spaceflight has the potential to be a boost to the economy.

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