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Sean Kennedy presented at the ITU Regional Workshop for CIS in Moscow on the 7th and 8th of September

Sep 12, 2017

Sean presented on ‘Policy challenges and opportunities from a changing digital eco-system’. Sean discussed the impact of a changing digital ecosystem on current the current regulatory environment. Sean provided a summary of recent developments on Net Neutrality, Zero-rating, Machine2Machine regulation and moves to create a level playing field for operators and OTT players. The conference attracted government, regulators and operators from across the CIS region.

The content of the presentation is available here.


CEG expert and team work on a successful arbitration settlement for a Middle-Eastern government

Sep 5, 2017

Patrick Hebreard, an expert in the Paris office of CEG, worked with a CEG team for the respondent, a Middle-Eastern government, on a successful settlement of a multi-billion damages claim by investors under LCIA arbitration rules.


CEG to co-host industry seminar on the future regulatory and legislative agenda for digital markets

Aug 17, 2017

In London on the 11th of September, CEG will be co-hosting an event with Preiskel and Co. It will bring together leading competition and regulatory specialists with an agenda focused on concentrated markets and the forward-looking regulatory and legislative agenda.


Murata’s acquisition of Sony’s battery business cleared

Jul 20, 2017

Murata has obtained clearance from all relevant competition authorities for its acquisition of Sony’s battery business. The deal values the battery business at around ¥17.5 billion ($156 million). A CEG team led by Paul Reynolds assisted the parties.


CEG provides a critical review of the Hong Kong Communications Authority’s proposals for future rights to mobile spectrum

Jun 20, 2017

CEG has undertaken a detailed economic assessment for Hong Kong Telecom (HKT) of proposed arrangements for 900 MHz and 1800MHz spectrum upon expiry of the existing licences in 2020/21. The Hong Kong Communications Authority preferred option is to re-auction 60 per cent of that spectrum. We assessed the CA’s proposals against international best practice as well as the CA’s statutory duties. We found that the proposals risk disrupting a successful and intensely competitive market, could lead to a loss in service quality and would undermine investment incentives at a critical time for the industry.  CEG’s report to the CA public consultation can be found here.


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