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New York Times CEO says Chinese language site under review

27
Nov
2013

By Jennifer Saba NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York Times Co Chief Executive Officer Mark Thompson said the publisher is going to keep all its money losing operations under review – including those in China – as he seeks to negotiate the newspapers increasing shift towards a digital landscape. The New York Times Chinese language website has been blocked in China ever since it published an article in October 2012 about the family wealth of Wen Jiabao, the former premier. Thompson said in an interview with Reuters on Tuesday that the website, which was launched in a beta version in June 2012, got off to an encouraging start. The fact that we cant be seen officially inside China means the revenue is not as large as we would have wished it to have been, he said.

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