In its decision dated February 24, 2016, the TIPO determined that the MCAT, in operating copyright collective management services, suffered severe financial losses, that the MCAT’s proposed plan to eliminate losses was  not feasible, and that the MCAT failed to rectify its obvious deficiencies, such as its failure to actively clarify and recover outstanding debts, to control costs, to correct illegal agency services, to reexamine its collection and distribution of royalties, and to establish a professional accounting management system.  The TIPO thus revoked the establishment permit for the MCAT and ordered its dissolution.