Clifford, Mark L.
September 2010
Forbes Asia;Fall2010 Special Issue, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p68
The article focuses on the freedom of the media sector in Asia, and the dismal state of Western media and foreign correspondents in the region. It states that the press, instead of helping the government as a support system, harass local politicians and business leaders. It mentions that the Communist party of China does not allow autonomy of the press and would not allow it to flourish. It discusses the problems faced by Western media companies in Asia that lead to the closure of offices.


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