The Daily Reckoning Australia Has Been Banned in China

We are sorry to inform you that if you are in China you will not be able to read this.  We’ve recently learned that the Daily Reckoning Australia web site is banned in China.

Daily Reckoning Australia Banned in China

We’ve compiled a list of everything we’ve said about China since the Daily Reckoning Australia web site launched late last year.  We’ve certainly covered our friends (and trade partners) to the north quite a bit… perhaps a little too much?

Strangely enough, the UK and US versions of the Daily Reckoning are not banned in China.  Check your web site at to see what the Chinese government thinks about you.

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The Daily Reckoning
The Daily Reckoning offers an independent and critical perspective on the Australian and global investment markets. Slightly offbeat and far from institutional, The Daily Reckoning delivers you straight-forward, humorous, and useful investment insights from a world wide network of analysts, contrarians, and successful investors. Founded in 1999, The Daily Reckoning is published in 7 countries with a worldwide readership of almost 1 million people.

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Probably due to your being a WordPress blog, more than for your content. China tends to block WordPress, LiveJournal and Blogger blogs, yet lets Typepad blogs through.

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