Sustainability at APTT

In this day and age where information communication technology plays an indispensable role in our daily life, infocommunication services have become increasingly essential to the development of economies and societies around the world. While instant accessibility to information and services has presented promising growth opportunities for us, the far-reaching influence of such accessibility also poses unprecedented environmental and social risks for our business.

Addressing the environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) impacts from our business thus remains at the heart of our investment decisions and operations. APTT’s sustainability report describes our management approach and performance for key ESG risks and opportunities.

We invite you to learn more about our sustainability journey and the measures we have taken to allow us to create long-term value for APTT, our stakeholders and society.

We will continue to report annually on the progress we make in integrating sustainability into our business strategy and operations, while striving to improve our sustainability performance and disclosure. We look forward to receiving your feedback on our sustainability practices and sustainability reporting at

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No PRC Person shall hold or control Units in Asian Pay Television Trust in breach of the PRC Investment Restrictions and no Restricted Party shall hold or control Units in breach of the Taiwan Government Ownership Restrictions. The Trustee-Manager may, in the case of a breach of the PRC Investment Restrictions and/or the Taiwan Government Ownership Restrictions and/or where a corporate entity which provides cable television services in Taiwan (as determined by the Trustee-Manager in its sole discretion) holds or acquires more than one-third of the total issued Units, take all steps and do all things as they may in their absolute discretion deem necessary to ensure that the restrictions thereunder are complied with. In particular, the Trust Deed provides that the Trustee-Manager has the power to require the relevant Unitholders to dispose of their Units and, if such request is not complied with within 21 days after such request (or such shorter period as the Trustee-Manager shall consider reasonable), the power to arrange for the sale of the Units. Pending such sale, the Trustee-Manager has the power to suspend the voting rights of such Units and/or to restrict the transfer of such Units. The Trustee-Manager shall not be required to give any reason for, and shall not under any circumstances be liable to or be responsible for any losses incurred by, any person as a result of, any decision, declaration or action taken or made in this regard.