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Hong Kong media board "Next Digital" of Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai resigns, citing threatening atmosphere behind Apple. Delhi was forced to shut down.

Hong Kong media board "Next Digital" of Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai resigns, citing threatening atmosphere behind Apple. Delhi was forced to shut down.




AGENT - Next Digital, Hong Kong mediaเกมสล็อตmogul Jimmy Lai, owner of the Apple Daily newspaper, the latest mouthpiece for Hong Kong pro-democracy group, is shutting down after the entire board announced his resignation citing a threatening atmosphere. Fears Caused by New Hong Kong Security Laws

US media outlet CNN reported today (Sept. 7) that media company Next Digital, headed by Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai, made the announcement in a filing with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Sunday. that all four of the company's remaining board members will resign as the best course of action to protect shareholders, creditors, employees and including former employees of the company.

The remaining board members are: Chairman Ip Yut Kin, Louis Gordon Crovitz, Mark Lambert Clifford. and Lam Chung Yan

in submitting a complaint via Nex Digital announced that The company wants to file an accounting claim on the company's assets. But the company hopes that "Apple Daily" will be able to remain in Taiwan, which is now distributed online by the new owner.

The Hong Kong media company explained that Next's stock Digital has been suspended for trading on Hong Kong stock exchanges earlier since June, coming at a time when a group of chief executives and editors at the Apple newspaper. Affiliate Delhi has been arrested for violating Hong Kong's new security law.

The law bans all movements Beijing has labeled as "sedition". separatist and overthrow the regime and allow state security officials to be enforced throughout China's territory.

And in the same month that almost a year was found that the newspaper Apple Delhi, the mouthpiece of the Hong Kong pro-democracy group, has been forced to shut down in Hong Kong.

Next Digital said in a statement on Sunday it said: “The Hong Kong government has never clearly pointed out any articles that Apple Delhi is violating security laws.”

and in the statement also pointed out that “This uncertainty creates an atmosphere of fear resulting in a large number of resignations amongst staff still working at the Hong Kong company. including those in the group responsible for overseeing compliance with the rules of publicly traded companies.”

US media reported that and now the company has requested that trading of its shares be suspended until further changes are made. and at the same time Request for the repayment of accounting debts on the Company's assets to be paid to shareholders, creditors and employees of the Company.

Next Digital hopes its debtors will consider the proposal as a way to distribute the money among the creditors. And pointed out that before a few parties came out to show interest in managing the newspaper Apple. delhi in taiwan

By Next Digital said “There is still value in assets such as rare intellectual property that have been created since the inception of the Apple Daily newspaper.”


AGENT - Next Digital, Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai, owner of the Apple Daily newspaper, the latest mouthpiece for Hong Kong pro-democracy group, is shutting down after the entire board announced his resignation citing a threatening atmosphere. Fears Caused by New Hong Kong Security Laws

US media outlet CNN reported today (Sept. 7) that media company Next Digital, headed by Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai, made the announcement in a filing with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Sunday. that all four of the company's remaining board members will resign as the best course of action to protect shareholders, creditors, employees and including former employees of the company.

The remaining board members are: Chairman Ip Yut Kin, Louis Gordon Crovitz, Mark Lambert Clifford. and Lam Chung Yan

in submitting a complaint via Nex Digital announced that The company wants to file an accounting claim on the company's assets. But the company hopes that "Apple Daily" will be able to remain in Taiwan, which is now distributed online by the new owner.

The Hong Kong media company explained that Next's stock Digital has been suspended for trading on Hong Kong stock exchanges earlier since June, coming at a time when a group of chief executives and editors at the Apple newspaper. Affiliate Delhi has been arrested for violating Hong Kong's new security law.

The law bans all movements Beijing has labeled as "sedition". separatist and overthrow the regime and allow state security officials to be enforced throughout China's territory.

And in the same month that almost a year was found that the newspaper Apple Delhi, the mouthpiece of the Hong Kong pro-democracy group, has been forced to shut down in Hong Kong.

Next Digital said in a statement on Sunday it said: “The Hong Kong government has never clearly pointed out any articles that Apple Delhi is violating security laws.”

and in the statement also pointed out that “This uncertainty creates an atmosphere of fear resulting in a large number of resignations amongst staff still working at the Hong Kong company. including those in the group responsible for overseeing compliance with the rules of publicly traded companies.”

US media reported that and now the company has requested that trading of its shares be suspended until further changes are made. and at the same time Request for the repayment of accounting debts on the Company's assets to be paid to shareholders, creditors and employees of the Company.

Next Digital hopes its debtors will consider the proposal as a way to distribute the money among the creditors. And pointed out that before a few parties came out to show interest in managing the newspaper Apple. delhi in taiwan

By Next Digital said “There is still value in assets such as rare intellectual property that have been created since the inception of the Apple Daily newspaper.”
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