Rupert Murdoch on India, China and democracy

21 September 2008

The controversial media mogul, Rupert Murdoch, on India and China, in Esquire:

“Any company that is global cannot ignore China or India. They are just enormous, emerging great powers. I enjoy China. I have a lot of friends there. But all we have there are the moment is a few very minor investments.

“India is different. India is a democracy—imperfect, but a democracy. And there is a rule of law there where you know exactly where you stand. It’s a difficlt country. There are so many languages. We’re just beginning to spread beyond Hindi into other languages so our channels will become more national.”

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One Response to “Rupert Murdoch on India, China and democracy”

  1. notjustdirt Says:

    Fox News, Fox News affiliates, News Corp and the Murdoch employees, friends and family are so pro-conservative Republican, it’s absolutey tainted news and biased reporting. It’s sickening, sickening, sickening! Boycott, boycott, boycott!


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