The British-based Press Gazette reports that The Financial Times has lost circulation in the United Kingdom, but gained subscribers in the United States and Asia.
Reporter Dominic Ponsford writes, “A closer look at the data reveals, however, that the FTâ€™s core UK and Ireland sale is continuing to decline â€“ down to 132,699 from 137,287 a year ago. And this is despite several thousand more give-away copies, or bulks, on the UK figures than a year ago â€“ these now total 32,370.
“The FTâ€™s growth is coming from its overseas editions â€“ about which we have less detailed audit information. Circulation of the US edition has increased to 147,437, compared with 125,104 a year ago, and the Asia edition has gone up from 35,242 to 46,602.”
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