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Israel's Spacecom offices searched by securities regulator
Asia Satellite Telecommunications says unit entered into transponder service agreement with Spacecom
Beijing Xinwei Technology plans to buy Israel's Space Commmunication for about $190 mln
Space Communication Ltd is an Israel-based company active in the telecommunication sector. It operates the AMOS-2, AMOS-3 and AMOS-5 satellites, offering a wide range of communications and broadcasting services in Europe, the Middle East and across the Atlantic Ocean connecting the United States' East Coast to the Middle East and Europe. AMOS-2, launched in December 2003, has a planned life time until 2016. AMOS-3, launched in April 2008, has a planned life time until 2023. AMOS-5 is leased to provide services over Africa. The Company provides broadcasting and communication services to television broadcasters and programmers, direct broadcast satellite operators, government organizations, private small aperture terminal networks and others. The Company serves customers, such as HBO, for its European cable services, Antenna-Hungaria, Telespazio, YES, BOOM and more. The Company acquired additional satellite, AMOS-4, planned to be launched in 2013.
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Israel's Space Communications said on Monday its Amos-17 communication satellite, which was launched into space in August, has completed its in-orbit testing and reached its final position.
Bezeq Israel Telecom said on Monday it was not yet able to assess the implications of possible indictments of former senior officials on the company and its financial results.
Space Communication said on Wednesday its Amos-17 communications satellite was launched into space and was enroute to its orbital position after separating from its SpaceX rocket.
Israel’s Space Communication Ltd plans a satellite launch next weekend which it hopes will mark a rebound from a couple of major setbacks in recent years.
Bezeq Israel Telecom said on Thursday its TV unit would transition away from satellite broadcasting and switch to an internet-based service, sending shares in its satellite provider Spacecom down more than 8 percent.
Israel's Space Communications said on Tuesday a deal it signed with Space Systems/Loral (SSL) to build its Amos-8 advanced communications satellite has been canceled.
Israel's Space Communications said on Monday it signed an agreement with a foreign company for satellite communications services from its Amos-17 satellite that is slated to be launched in the second quarter of 2019.
An Israeli court on Sunday ordered the liquidation of debt-laden holding company Eurocom, whose assets include a controlling stake in the country's largest telecom group, Bezeq.
State-owned Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) said on Monday it was considering launching and operating a communications satellite after it was passed over to build the Amos-8 satellite for Space Communications.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Tuesday:
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1030 GMT on Tuesday:
Holding company Discount Investment Corp said it has offered to buy the 54.7 percent stake in Space Communications held by Eurocom for 160 million shekels ($46 million).
Israel's Space Communications said on Monday it signed a $112 million deal with Space Systems/Loral (SSL) to build its Amos-8 advanced communications satellite.
Discount Investment Corp joined the race to take control of Israel's largest telecom group, Bezeq, with an offer on Monday to buy its ailing parent company Eurocom for more than 1 billion shekels ($290 million).
Eurocom Group, the parent company of Bezeq Israeli Telecom <BEZQ.TA>, has petitioned a Tel Aviv court to allow a debt settlement that would bring it a new controlling shareholder, a Eurocom subsidiary said on Monday.
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