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Video taken from a drone on April 25, 2015 shows devastation in the Nepalese capital Kathmandu, caused by last week's earthquake. Most countries already have permanent laws in place to fly commercial drones. AIG plans to use drones to survey natural disaster damage in New Zealand. (AP Photo/KISHNOR RANA)

(Bloomberg) — As U.S. regulators study how to govern commercial drones, corporate America is plunging ahead on using unmanned aircraft in a bid to speed the process and win concessions on proposed restrictions.

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