PARIS — Intelsat and Papua New Guinea (PNG) have given the satellite industry a master class in how a player with a weak hand can work the international regulatory system to its advantage.
Persistence helps. So does a willingness to flood the zone with window-dressing-level details even if what you’re selling has not changed. Sometimes that’s all regulators need to get to “yes.”
The result: The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Radio Regulations Board approved Intelsat/PNG’s request for a . . .
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