A bankrupt U.S. company commissioned to build a Japanese multipurpose satellite has agreed to supply the device to Japan by the end of March, according to government officials.

Space Systems/Loral has also reached an agreement with the Meteorological Agency, as well as the Land, Infrastructure and Transport Ministry, to pay about 165 million yen in compensation to Japan for failing to supply the satellite on time, they said.

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