Inmarsat poised for privatization

Morrocco, John D.
March 1998
Aviation Week & Space Technology;3/9/1998, Vol. 148 Issue 10, p78
Trade Publication
Reports that Inmarsat is undergoing plans to become a private company; Restructuring plans to be presented to member nations; Comments of Inmarsat Director General Warren Grace; Benefits of the proposed private structure; Efforts to compete with commercial satellite operators.


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