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Globalstar agrees $1.65 billion merger deal

US-based low Earth orbit satellite operator Globalstar has announced that it has signed a merger agreement with Thermo Acquisitions under which the company will be merged with FiberLight, a provider of land-based fibre communications infrastructure.

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