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May 19, 2006

International Herald Tribune To Start Printing In Bangladesh

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Paris, France: The International Herald Tribune (IHT) has announced that it has signed an agreement with Cross World Trading Co., which already distributes the Paris-based daily in the country, to also print the newspaper through its subsidiary IHT Bangladesh Ltd. (IHTBL). Under the terms of the agreement, IHTBL will start printing the newspaper, making it available for early morning distribution to news outlets and subscribers in Dhaka and other major cities throughout the country.

The Dhaka site will constitute the International Herald Tribune's thirty-third contract print plant worldwide. This latest expansion of the newspaper's printing network follows an increasing Asia circulation in 2005.

Since The New York Times Company became the 100% owner of the International Herald Tribune in January 2003, the newspaper has carried out the most significant series of investments in its 118-year history. This has resulted in more print sites, expanded circulation, increased pagination, enhanced editorial color, a raft of new sections and features and, most notably, the addition of a number of high-profile columnists and correspondents around the world.


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