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foreign media regulations
by Sophie Beach | Apr 30, 2009
Following a complaint brought at the WTO, China has changed regulations governing foreign financial information providers. From the Los Angeles Times: The rules eliminate a requirement that foreign providers must work through a...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 13, 2008
Following complaints filed to the WTO by the U.S., E.U. and Canada, China has canceled regulations imposed in 2006 that required foreign financial news services to go through Xinhua to distribute news in China. From AP: Calling...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 9, 2008
The Foreign Ministry has acknowledged that the new reporting rules for foreign journalists, which were implemented with varying degrees of consistency, will expire now that the Games are over. Yet it was not clear what the new...
by Jonathan Ansfield | Feb 8, 2007
The floodgates are open. The ground rules have softened. But not all the correspondents coming to China ahead of the Olympics can take full advantage. In October last year, the Foreign Desk editor of one media outlet emailed the following memo to his Greater China staff. Biganzi happened upon it and on checking with an […]
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- The Philadelphia Inquirer – China steps up online controls with new rule for bloggers
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