SEOUL — Intelsat is predictably miffed that Britain’s competition regulator described Intelsat Commercial Aviation as being in “modest position with uncertain future” in its decision to put a hold on Viasat’s acquisition of Inmarsat.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) was similarly dismissive of the rest of the in-flight-connectivity competition, saying it was worried that none could withstand the power of the combined Viasat-Inmarsat: https://bit.ly/3rBNOc2
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