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  1. 1. Week  of  October  17,  2011   Digital Report  www.asiadigitalmap.com                                                Since  2009   China  Mobile  Loses  30%  of  Campus  Market   (headline) In the hope for new customers, China’s three mobile telcos engage in yearly campus battles at the beginning of new school years. For the companies this is the chance to lock-down a customer to one phone number – and one brand – perhaps for life. But China Mobile (HKG:0941), the country’s largest mobile network, is rapidly losing this fight for freshman customers this year, and that risks its entire market domination. This is a clear sign that China’s mobile telco market is undergoing some shifts at the moment. Source: http://www.penn-olson.com/ Youtube  officially  launches  in  Singapore   Youtube has just launched a localised Singapore site, which can be accessed at Youtube.com.sg. The company says this will be a boost to local content creators and providers. Adam Smith, Youtube’s Asia-Pacific director of product management, points out that the new site should go a long way towards building Singapore’s conversation with the rest of the world through content. This is the latest move of what has been a busy year for Youtube Asia in the recent past with launching a local site in the Philippines last week and its Box Office end endeavour in India a couple of months ago. Source: http://www.penn-olson.com/ Shanda  to  delist  from  NASDAQ?   This week, news made the round about China’s major media and entertainment company probably delisting from NASDAQ and instead returning to local stock exchanges like Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Shanghai. his is quite a bombshell as it raises the spectre of other Chinese web/tech companies also abandoning the New York ticker. Under current regulations, Chinese companies incorporated in a foreign country are not allowed to sell shares in the Mainland. This is definitely a development worth to keep a close eye on. Source: http://www.penn-olson.com/

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