PARIS — MDA Corp. of Canada and U.S. geospatial services provider DigitalGlobe on July 13 said they had withdrawn and then re-filed documents about their planned merger with the U.S. Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) to give the committee additional time to assess the transaction for U.S. national security implications.

In a joint statement, the two companies did not disclose any specific issues that would require a longer-than-planned CFIUS review, or whether they had modified the transaction in any way to satisfy CFIUS. They . . .

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