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Finland's Broadband Rights; The Gap in China; Brazil's Animation Business and More

Marketing and Media News From Around the World

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Model Lara Stone appeared in French Vogue in blackface.
Model Lara Stone appeared in French Vogue in blackface.
--Finland, where 95% of the population has Internet access, made broadband access a legal right. Britain may follow.

--British conservatives launched an ad campaign on possible music-industry savior Spotify.

-- Gap said it will open its first store in China.

--A German startup will publish personalized newspapers in Berlin beginning in November.

--Brazil's animation industry is doing a brisk business.

--And just a fashion mags seemed to be more sensitive featuring real women and what not, French Vogue went ahead and put a model in blackface.

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