Liechtenstein seeks ITU deadline extension for 2 LEO satellite constellations brought into use by now-ousted Chinese investors

by Peter B. de Selding

UPDATE: This story was updated on July 4 to add a statement from Liechtenstein's Office of Communications.

PARIS — Liechtenstein is asking international regulators to grant a one-year extension to the deadline for deploying two low-orbit satellite broadband constellations after a two-year battle with Chinese investors in the project.

The conflict recently caused Liechtenstein’s telecom regulator to revoke the frequency license of Kleo Connect and its Chinese partners in favor of an agreement with Rivada Networks of the United . . .

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