‘New York Times’ Site in Portuguese Will Respect Brazil’s Media Law, Says Publisher

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By: Sergio Davila and Nelson De Sa | Folha de S.Paulo

“The New York Times” site in Portuguese, scheduled for launch in the second half of 2013, must comply with the laws of Brazil. “Absolutely,” said the newspaper’s publisher and president of the group, Arthur Sulzberger Jr., during an interview with Folha yesterday afternoon.

“We are aware of the law,” he replied, when asked about the requirement of the Constitution that the stake of foreigners in media companies in Brazil be limited to 30%.

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