With a final go-ahead for Europe's Galileo satellite navigation system at last assured, European and U.S. experts are now turning in earnest to the matter of interoperability with the U.S.' Global Positioning System, and the potential impact on mutual security and economic interests. European Union transport ministers unanimously agreed on Mar. 26 to release their share of funding for full-scale development and validation of the system, which will be built jointly by the EU and the ...
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