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RS ruling clouds future bids for sporting rights

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Thai broadcasters are likely to be classified as "high risk" when they bid on future broadcasting rights for major sporting events due to the Supreme Administrative Court's decision on the must-have rule. 

Paiboon Amonpinyokeat, an intellectual property (IP) law expert with the Intellectual Property Association of Thailand, said his group had been told by the legal departments at several sports organisers that Thai bidders might face higher costs from an increased warranty of 3-6% of the reserve price.

This would come as a result of last month's court ruling on the must-have rule.

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