SINGAPORE— It has been four years since the Indian government established an autonomous agency within India’s Department of Space to stimulate private-sector space activities and reduce licensing red tape.

How has it gone so far?

In 2023, the government modified its telecom regulations to ensure administration allocation of satellite spectrum — a victory for the satellite sector, which had feared an auction. But what about the broader reform effort to reduce government omnipresence and make room for the private sector?

According to Hughes . . .

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