Home / Region / Africa / Nigeria and China Agree to U.S.$550 Million Satellite Deal

Nigeria and China Agree to U.S.$550 Million Satellite Deal

The Nigerian government has concluded negotiations with the Chinese government’s ExIm Bank and the China Great Wall Industries Corporation for two communications satellites thought to be worth U.S.$550 million . The Nigerian minister for communications, Adebayo Shittu, told journalists in Abuja, the Nigerian capital, that it is hoped that the contract for the two satellites
Thanks for your interest in SpaceWatch.Global. This content is restricted for registered users. Please, Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.

Check Also

Talia’s Quika to Provide Free Satellite Internet to Africa and Middle East

Quika Ltd. has launched the world’s first entirely free high-speed satellite internet for developing countries.Thanks