Content partnership between Caixin Global and The Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review, an authority on business, finance and investment news in Australia, has entered into a content-sharing partnership with Caixin Global on October 8th, to establish a mutual content-sharing mechanism and long-term cooperation relationship.
This cooperation will allow both publications to use their respective advantages in global business and financial reporting to share their valuable content, so as to bring more comprehensive and in-depth stories to their readers.
Over the past decade, China has gradually become Australia's largest trading partner, the largest source of overseas students and tourists, and the fifth largest source of direct investment. However, affected by protectionist practices of some countries, the China-Australia economic and trade relationships have experienced some waves in the past 12 months. Finding ways for constructive communication and for seeking win-win results has become urgent for the two countries.
As the media group dedicated to providing financial news and wire services, Caixin has been active in the English-speaking world for years and has won unanimous recognition from major global media. At present, Caixin has cooperated with more than 20 overseas top-tier media in content-sharing, such as the Wall Street Journal, CNBC and BBC.
“With rising global interest in China, we are bringing our original, investigative journalism to international readers through enhanced English language offerings, as well as building collaborations with international partners in key markets to provide Chinese readers with high quality reporting and fresh perspectives,” said Hu Shuli, the founder and publisher of Caixin Media and Chairwoman of Caixin Global. “The tie-up with the highly respected Australian Financial Review is an important step in this endeavor.”
“The Financial Review is delighted to be able to bring Caixin's unique brand of investigative business and financial journalism to Australian business readers as the Australia-China relationship is entering a new phase and amid the challenges to the global trading system,” said Michael Stutchbury, editor in chief of the Financial Review.
Caixin Media is a media group of professional journalists and editors who generate high-quality original content, and are dedicated to providing financial and business news through integrated multimedia platforms, including websites, mobile apps, periodicals, video programs, books and conferences. Caixin Media is regarded as the most credible Chinese media overseas and an essential reference for the international community to understand China.
As Caixin’s English-language outlet, Caixin Global delivers fast-paced, reliable business and financial news about China to the outside world. It also has an intelligence arm that offers policy analysis, industry monitoring, and in-depth research with insight into China’s economic policy-making and its financial markets. Caixin Global’s editors, who come from The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Reuters and Agence France-Presse, can provide valuable and professional news for overseas readers. Caixin Global also uses artificial-intelligence technology to extract daily data and market dynamics to form quick news for readers.
Established in 1951, the Financial Review is Australia's first national newspaper. It now owns the traditional masthead website, afr.com, along with weekday and AFR Weekend print editions and magazines such as the award-winning AFR Magazine and BOSS. Since its beginning as a weekly newspaper, the Financial Review has become the essential read for executive decision markers, sophisticated investors and those who promote national prosperity. Its influential and authoritative reports have dominated Australia's direction in the setting of a national agenda.
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