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Resignation Revives Doubts About Bloomberg China Coverage

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Resignation Revives Doubts About Bloomberg China Coverage

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Resignation Revives Doubts About Bloomberg China Coverage

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Bloomberg News finds itself under unwelcome scrutiny once again, as its parent company's chairman suggests that reporting on the corruption of China ruling elites isn't part of its core mission. A key China editor also revealed this week that he had quit Bloomberg in protest of a decision not to publish a subsequent investigation.

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