AsiaSat of Hong Kong in November hired former Eutelsat executive Andrew G. Jordan as chief executive and in February signed on a new chief commercial officer. Credit: AsiaSat
PARIS — Satellite fleet operator AsiaSat on March 15 reported a decline in revenue and operating profit in 2016, as expected, but said there were signs of an upturn in its long-overcrowded, hyper-competitive Asian markets.
Hong Kong-based AsiaSat in November appointed a new chief executive, Andrew G. Jordan — a former Eutelsat manager — and in February signed on a new chief commercial officer.
The company’s 2017 results . . .
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