13 May 2018
Launching rockets and satellites has long been the preserve of China's state-owned aerospace companies, but private space firms are now popping up hoping to find gold in the space dust. A report by Beijing-based investment institution FutureAerospace says more than 60 private Chinese firms have entered the commercial space industry over the past three years, focusing on the production and launch of satellites and rockets.
For a comprehensive overview on the current state of commercial space activities in China, read the latest issue of the GoTaikonauts! newsletter, issue 21. The second part of the overview along with the full historical review of China's commercial space activities will be published in the next issue, no 22.