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  1. 2012 Annual Report 22 March 2013

  2. Agenda • Financial Highlights • Operations Review • Business Prospects

  3. Financial Highlights

  4. Annual Results (1)

  5. Annual Results (2)

  6. Turnover Breakdown by Business

  7. Turnover Breakdown by Region 7

  8. Consolidated Income Statement (1)

  9. Consolidated Income Statement (2)

  10. EBITDA Margins Note: EBITDA Margin represents earnings before interest income / expenses, other income, taxation, depreciation, amortization and impairment loss as a percentage of turnover.

  11. Net worth/ Share

  12. Assets & Liabilities (As at 31 December 2012)

  13. Gearing

  14. Cash (As at 31 December 2012)

  15. Operations Review

  16. Transponder Utilization Rates 16

  17. New Satellite – APSTAR 7 • SpaceBus 4000 C2 platform, successfully launched on 31 March 2012 to replace APSTAR 2R with mission life over 18 years • Same orbital slot as APSTAR 2R with 28 C and 28 Ku transponders to ensure seamless service transition for customers • Welcome by famous customers and continue their services with APSTAR 7 • Ku-band transponders are built with China Beam, Middle East and North Africa Beam, African Beam, and Steerable Beam, APT can further expand the satellite capacity and coverage of the Group to above said regions • As of 31 December 2012, its utilization was 74.6% 17

  18. APSTAR 6 • Launched in April 2005, located at 134⁰E orbital slot • High-power satellite with 38 C-band and 12 Ku-band transponders • Started commercial operation in June 2005 • Operation mission life over 15 years • Maintained high utilization rate with further growth potential • Strong market penetration in Asia Pacific region and China 18

  19. APSTAR 5 • Launched in June 2004, located at 138⁰E orbital slot • APT keeps 20 C-Band & 9 Ku-Band Transponders • The mission life is about 15 years • Maintained high utilization rate with further growth potential • Strong competitive edge in Asia Pacific region 19

  20. APSTAR 7B/Chinasat 12 – Assigned • Back up satellite of APSTAR 7, from same suppliers • Based on Spacebus 4000 C2 platform with 28 C-Band & 23 Ku-Band transponders • Transferred to China Satcom • Collected the whole capital investment made for APSTAR 7B • A very successful arrangement because the Group can save up enormous amount of back-up satellite investment while meeting the time schedule requirement. • Additional transponder capacities for future business growth potential 20

  21. Expansions of Customer services • Transponder lease services have been successfully established new customers and explored markets in Nepal, Philippines, Cambodia, Indonesia, India, New Zealand • New expansion in Data Centre Services for new stream of revenue • APT Datamatrix Limited for data centre services in its existing facilities. • Satellite TV Broadcasting Services • APT Satellite TV Development Ltd. for Satellite TV Service under Non-Domestic Television Services Licence • Satellite-based Telecommunications Services • APT Telecom Services Limited for satellite telecom services under Fixed Carrier Licence 21

  22. Business Prospects

  23. Business Prospects • APSTAR 7 has become a hot bird with strong neighborhood effect • The utilization rate will continue to grow and remain at high level securing significant market share and generating substantial revenue for APSTAR Satellites • High level of demand for transponders services in both broadcasting and telecommunication sectors • Business growth potential from Ku-Band transponders of APSTAR 7 for emerging markets in Asia, Middle East, and Africa. • Additional transponder capacities for future business growth potential

  24. TT&C Phase 2 www.apstar.com TT&C APT Satellite Holdings Limited Satellite Control