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Iain Marlow

Asia-Pacific correspondent

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Huawei appears set to open office in Kitchener-Waterloo

Huawei, which is based in Shenzhen and sells everything from mobile phones and tablets to routers and cellular antennas, is looking to hire engineers in Kitchener, Ont., the heart of Ontario’s technology-hub

Jan 23, 2015

Democratic Asia shows troubling trend on free speech

Whatever one thinks about caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed, the massacre at the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo certainly focused the world’s attention on freedom of speech. But while the world declared “Je suis Charlie,” there were several ...

Jan 20, 2015

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imarlow@globeandmail.com

Iain Marlow is The Globe and Mail’s Asia-Pacific correspondent. Based in Vancouver, he is responsible for covering Canada’s business ties with the booming economies of Asia, as well as important economic and political developments in the region.

Iain has reported from across China, India, Southeast Asia, West Africa and the United States.

He joined the Globe in early 2010 as the telecom reporter for Report on Business and in late 2011 began focusing on BlackBerry and its global rivals. In 2012, Iain’s work in Report on Business Magazine was nominated for three National Magazine Awards. His reporting on BlackBerry from Nigeria won a Best in Business award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers in International Features, and in 2013 he was part of a team of Globe reporters that won a National Newspaper Award in Business.

Before joining The Globe, Iain studied journalism and human rights at Carleton University and earned an MSc in International Politics (Distinction) from London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, where he studied on a Chevening Scholarship. He also founded TorontoReview.ca, an international-affairs website, and spent half of 2013 working for Journalists for Human Rights – a Canadian media development organization – in Ghana, where he also did media training for the United Nations Development Programme. 

 

 

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