Pet Project

Gatsiounis, Ioannis
September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/15/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p194
The article focuses on the plans of Media Chinese International (MCI) from Malaysia to build media that reach Chinese readers and viewers in the world. It states that MCI controls 89% of Malaysia's Chinese print market and boasts the four bestselling dailies. According to Rita Sim, executive director of MCI, while closed-media environments such as China's and Malaysia's make it hard to report news in an unbiased way, MCI is committed to doing so.


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