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Nikkei launches new publication, Nikkei Asian Review

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Nikkei launches new publication, Nikkei Asian Review

Nikkei Inc. has launched Nikkei Asian Review, a new English language publication that will carry reports from across Asia. Available online (, on mobile platforms (iOS and Android) and as a weekly print magazine, Nikkei Asian Review will replace Nikkei’s current English language offerings, and The Nikkei Weekly.

Designed for leaders around the world who are shaping the future of Asia, and anyone with an interest in knowing about the real Asia, Nikkei Asian Review has been created to change the way Asia is reported in the global marketplace.

“Nikkei is committed to becoming a truly global media organisation while keeping our creed of delivering fair and impartial news reports,” said Tsuneo Kita, President and CEO of Nikkei. “Objective reporting has enabled us to build an excellent reputation in our home market of Japan as a reliable source of information. Now, with Nikkei Asian Review, by telling stories from an Asian perspective we aim to help enable sustainable Asian growth by boosting understanding to foster a more interconnected Asia both regionally and with the world.”

In addition to the publication, Nikkei Asian Review will also build platforms for sharing insights on Asia through local, regional and global business forums devoted to helping drive sustainable Asian growth. In addition to Nikkei Asian Review branded forums, there will also be forums held in partnership with leading global organisations.

Nikkei Asian Review is part of Nikkei, Asia’s largest independent business media group, with a 135-year history and network of over 1,300 local and international reporters on the ground in 24 bureaus across Asia. 


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