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Subsidiary of Singtel associate AIS has 'no duty' to make additional payments to CAT Telecom

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan7/2/2021 09:09 AM GMT+08  • 1 min read
Subsidiary of Singtel associate AIS has 'no duty' to make additional payments to CAT Telecom
The claim was initially dismissed in January.
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Singapore Telecommunications’ (Singtel) Thai associate, Advanced Info Service Public Company (AIS), has received notice that its subsidiary, Digital Phone Company (DPC) will not have to make any additional payments or penalties to CAT Telecom Public Company.

This comes as the Arbitral Tribunal and Central Administrative Court dismissed CAT’s claim and subsequent appeal.

CAT, in 2008, submitted a dispute to the Arbitration Institute demanding that DPC make an additional payment of revenue share of 2.45 billion baht ($102.8 million) including penalty of 1.25% per month under the Digital Personal Communication Network (DCN) 1800 agreement.

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