SINGAPORE — Australian satellite operator NewSat acknowledges that one of the pitfalls in securing business from Australia’s defense department and other national militaries is that if NewSat were to ever be sold to a foreign party, Australia’s military may take issue. NewSat’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 “both are good ...

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