Robert Sawatzky
Sep 20, 2017

Wall Street Journal to stop print in Singapore along with Hong Kong

Newspaper readers have until October 6 to convert subscriptions to online digital packages.

Readers of the Wall Street Journal in key English-speaking Asian markets Hong Kong and Singapore will only have a couple more weeks to get their hands dirty opening up their morning newspaper.

While it has already been reported that Hong Kong readers will need to switch to digital subscriptions after October 6, Campaign has also obtained a letter sent to Singapore subscribers informing them of the same change. An Asia-Pacific spokesperson for parent company Dow...

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