Negotiating Access and Accuracy in China

Friday, November 22, 2013


Recent resignations at Bloomberg News and leaks about the company's reporting in China have raised questions about what concessions news organizations choose — or are forced to make — to sustain expensive foreign reporting. The New York Times Edward Wong talks to Bob about why financial reporting has become the biggest threat in the eyes of China's ruling party, and why Western media might have less reason to be worried than they think.

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Edward Wong

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