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December 2, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
GE Wins Korea Project: General Electric Co. has won a $400-million project to launch South Korea's first satellite, published reports said. Korean newspapers, quoting government sources, said the Korean government selected General Electric of Fairfield, Conn., over British Aerospace of Great Britain as the main manufacturer of a telecommunications satellite to be launched in 1995. A spokesman for GE Aerospace, the GE unit in Valley Forge, Penn.
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May 16, 1992
McDonnell Douglas Space Systems Co. said Friday that it has won two contracts to launch satellites for South Korea in a deal valued at roughly $100 million. Space Systems' Delta II rocket will carry two telecommunications satellites into orbit for Korea Telecom in April, 1995, and October, 1995. The government organization selected Space Systems over four other bidders.
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May 16, 1992
McDonnell Douglas Space Systems Co. said Friday that it has won two contracts to launch satellites for South Korea in a deal valued at roughly $100 million. Space Systems' Delta II rocket will carry two telecommunications satellites into orbit for Korea Telecom in April, 1995, and October, 1995. The government organization selected Space Systems over four other bidders.
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December 2, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
GE Wins Korea Project: General Electric Co. has won a $400-million project to launch South Korea's first satellite, published reports said. Korean newspapers, quoting government sources, said the Korean government selected General Electric of Fairfield, Conn., over British Aerospace of Great Britain as the main manufacturer of a telecommunications satellite to be launched in 1995. A spokesman for GE Aerospace, the GE unit in Valley Forge, Penn.
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