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Informe 2007 Sobre China


  • Reporteros sin Fronteras


Frente a una contestación social creciente y a periodistas cada vez menos dóciles, por impulso del presidente Hu Jintao las autoridades han optado por volver a ocuparse de los medios de comunicación, en nombre de la “sociedad harmoniosa”. La prensa está obligada a autocensurarse, Internet se filtra y a los medios extranjeros se les vigila de cerca.

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  • Reporteros sin Fronteras, 2007. "Informe 2007 Sobre China," Observatorio de la Economía y la Sociedad China, Grupo (Universidad de Málaga), issue 03, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:obschi:y:2007:03:2

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