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Romania plans to have own communications satellite

Monday 29 September 2014 | 09:49 CET | News
Romania intends to acquire in the next years a satellite which will ensure services for both the state as well as private companies, writes local paper Curierul National citing the minister for Communication and Informational Society (MCSI) Ministry Razvan Cotovelea. The Ministry will elaborate a development plan until the end of 2014 or in the first part of 2015 which will establish what sort of satellite it is needed as well as the satellite's capacity and costs, Cotovelea said. The government wants to make this satellite profitable, the MCSI minister said. Since the state and the private

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