WASHINGTON, June 21 (Reuters) - The United States and the EU have agreed on technical standards for Europe's planned Galileo satellite navigation system, which had drawn concerns from the Pentagon, negotiators from both sides said on Monday. After years of often tense talks over a multibillion-dollar system the United States suspected would interfere with military signals, the agreement ends a trans-Atlantic spat in time for a formal signing ceremony at an EU-U.S. summit on Saturday. The ...
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