‘Asia WSJ,’ ‘Far Eastern Economic Review’ edit staffs merge, jobs cut

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Hong Kong--Faced with tumbling ad revenues, The Asian Wall Street Journal and the Far Eastern Economic Review will merge editorial staffs and cut 36 workers. The Asia WSJ and the Far Eastern Economic Review are read avidly by Hong Kong and Tokyo-based U.S. financial, manufacturing and consumer product goods executives. The publications' New York-based parent, Dow Jones & Co. eliminated 150 jobs in July.
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