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For satellite imagery provider DigitalGlobe, a $400 million-a-year global market awaits as soon as the United States relaxes regulations on the sale of higher-resolution images. That day cannot come soon enough for the only provider of commercial satellite images in the United States. Chief Financial Officer Yancey Spruill told Reuters in an interview, until then, DigitalGlobe cannot use its technology to full effect. Longmont, Colorado-based DigitalGlobe sells satellite images used by governments and companies such as Google to make maps. It also provides imaging services and satellite monitoring for mining and oil companies.

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