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SKY Perfect JSAT Group

The SKY Perfect JSAT Group is a holding company established in Japan in April 2007 as SKY Perfect JSAT Holdings Inc. (TYO: 9412) The group claims to be, "Asia’s largest satellite communication and multi-channel pay TV company."[1]

Contents

  • Holdings 1
  • Satellite fleet 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Holdings

The group holds 100% of the shares of JSAT Corporation, 100% of the shares of SKY Perfect Communications and 97% of the shares of Space Communications Corporation.

Satellite fleet

As of March 2014, SKY Perfect JSAT owned sixteen communications satellites, two jointly owned by Intelsat.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Corporate Philosophy". SKY Perfect JSAT Group. 
  2. ^ "SKY Perfect JSAT". 

External links

  • SKY Perfect JSAT Holdings (English)
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