Nikkei Asian Review brings you news and insights on the region's most influential companies, and comprehensive coverage of politics, economy, markets and trends - all from a uniquely Asian perspective.
YEARS OF QUALITY JOURNALISM
For more than 140 years, Nikkei has been providing unparalleled coverage of Japan's economy, industries and markets. The group's business portfolio includes publishing, broadcasting and the Nikkei 225 stock index. Its flagship newspaper, The Nikkei, has a circulation of approximately 3 million. With 37 global bureaus and over 1,500 journalists, Nikkei is ideally positioned to provide Asian news and analysis to a global audience.
The Financial Times(FT), the global business newspaper, joined the Nikkei group in 2015. As content partners, the Nikkei Asian Review and the FT share select articles with their respective audiences and collaborate on joint editorial projects.
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