Global IP seeks to restart Africa satellite project with Boeing after cash crisis, accusations of illicit Chinese ties

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — Global IP, a British Cayman Islands startup planning a mobile satellite project for Africa, is attempting a resurrection after running out of money in 2018, less than a year before launch, and public allegations that it, along with its satellite supplier, Boeing, and its law firm, Milbank LLP, were complicit in a coverup of illicit Chinese government control of the project.

The allegations, made by two company founders in California lawsuits filed in mid-2017, were picked up by The Wall Street Journal in . . .

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