PARIS — Thales Group is facing a reorganization of its space division in the coming months unless manages to win one of the major contracts for which it is competing.
The performance of the company’s broad range of space businesses — satellites of all kinds, orbital infrastructure for the International Space Station, ground communications equipment — has been hit by the same forces that have buffeted most of the major contractors exposed to the commercial satellite market.
The performance has led, in France, to renewed speculation that the government . . .
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