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London Office Move

Apr 24, 2013

CEG opens a new London office on 1 May. The office will be at 1 Fetter Lane.


Submissions on the Second Consultation on Arrangements for the Frequency Spectrum in the 1.9 - 2.2 GHZ Band Completed by Hong Kong Regulator

Apr 11, 2013

The Hong Kong Communications Authority has closed the second round of submissions on the arrangements for the frequency spectrum in the 1.9 – 2.2 GHz band upon expiry of the existing frequency assignments for 3G Mobile Services.

CEG’s report on this issue is available here.


New Commercial Radio Advertising Code Replaces Standard

Mar 20, 2013

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) have registered a new commercial radio advertising code that requires advertisements on commercial radio to be distinguishable to listeners as advertising.  This decision follows ACMA’s decision in 2011 that the standard would be revoked in the commercial radio industry presented a code of practice that provided appropriate community safeguards.  The media release from ACMA is available here.

CEG Asia Pacific advised Commercial Radio Australia (CRA) on the review of Commercial Radio Standards.  CEG’s 2011 report is available here.


AER Issues Final Decision on the Victorian Gas Price Reviews

Mar 15, 2013

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has released its Final Decisions on the price reviews for the three Victorian gas distribution service providers SP AusNet, Envestra and MultiNet and the gas transmission service provider, APA GasNet.  The decision determines prices for the Victorian gas distribution and transmission networks for the next five years.  The decision results in a slight reduction for prices charged by all businesses except Envestra.  The AER final decision is available here.

CEG Asia Pacific advised the Victorian gas distribution and transmission service providers on the weighted average cost of capital (WACC).  


Review of the Regulatory Framework for Telecommunications Services To Begin Immediately

Feb 8, 2013

New Zealand Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams has announced that the scheduled reviews of the regulatory framework for telecommunications services are to begin immediately.  The first review relates to the Telecommunications Service Obligations (TSO) required under section 101A of the Telecommunications Act 2001.  The second review is wider in scope and involves the policy framework for regulating telecommunications services in New Zealand.  The media statement from the Minister is available here.

Chorus has welcomed the Minister’s announcement to bring forward a review of the regulatory framework.  Chorus’ media statement is available here.

CEG Asia Pacific is an economic adviser to Chorus.


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