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New York Times Shifting Part Of Hong Kong Office To Seoul

RTTNews Wednesday, 15 July 2020
The New York Times announced its plans to relocate its Hong Kong-based digital news operation to South Korea's Seoul, amid uncertainty following China's tough national security law for the semi-autonomous city. The news organization cited the possible impact of Beijing's new security law to the city's prospects as a hub for journalism in Asia.
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