It will take another year for export control reforms aimed at easing the path for the U.S. satellite industry to take effect, which is time enough for manufacturers and others affected by more than a decade of onerous International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) to push for additional changes. Among issues the satellite industry is likely to address is the status of military-hosted payloads, which will continue to be treated as munitions under the proposed rule to be published by the ...

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