SINGAPORE â€” Australian satellite operator NewSat acknowledges that one of the pitfalls in securing business from Australiaâ€™s defense department and other national militaries is that if NewSat were to ever be sold to a foreign party, Australiaâ€™s military may take issue. NewSatâ€™s newly appointed chief commercial officer, Scott Sprague, says the Australian and U.S. governments both have requirements for satellite communications for defense and other purposes, and that â€śboth are good ...
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