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Sep 28, 2011

Southeast Asia trails in pay-TV regulation: CASBAA

SOUTHEAST ASIA – Malaysia is the market with the most favourable pay-TV regulation in Southeast Asia, but the sub-region as a whole is lagging behind, according to a report released today.

Southeast Asia trails in the regulatory regime index

Compiled by the industry body CASBAA, the latest, and third, Regulating for Growth’ study ranks the region’s regulators according to the effectiveness of their measures in encouraging pay-TV growth and stimulating economic activity.

In Asia-Pacific overall, New Zealand and Hong Kong, topped the regulatory regime index, with Japan, Australia and Malaysia running closely behind.

Findings show that the best-regulated markets use a light touch,’ creating an open environment that fosters active...

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