Friday 17 February 1995 | 00:00 CET | News
PT Pasific Satelit Nusantara (PSN) (Indonesia) has signed an agreement to invest USDlr150 mil to set up the Asean Cellular Satellite System together with Jasmine International Public (Thailand) and Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT). The first satellite will be launched in 1997, serving Brunei, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, India, China and Malaysia. The firms are negotiating with Hughes Aircraft and Martin Marietta (both US) on the construction of the satellite to be named Garuda I, aiming for launch in 1997, with full operation by 1998. the system is expected to

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