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Inmarsat faces U.S., Chinese competition in maritime safety

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Britain’s Inmarsat will lose its monopoly in maritime safety communications after the International Maritime Organization gave Iridium and China’s BeiDou Navigation Satellite System the green light to develop competing systems, according to a report by Reuters.

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