Changes to your regional Reuters.com experience - Reuters News Agency

Changes to your regional Reuters.com experience

 

This year, we are making some significant changes to Reuters.com to ensure its place as the premier global destination for trusted news and intelligence.

As the world’s largest multimedia news provider, Reuters offers unrivalled global and regional coverage. This will not change.

We are building a global site and, from September 17, 2020, will be redirecting users from some regional editions – such as it.reuters.com and reuters.mx – to www.Reuters.com. This will offer users a more consistent and higher quality experience, as many of our regional sites currently operate as automated news feeds, and we are making a wide range of improvements to Reuters.com.

This will not affect the way we cover the world – Reuters is committed to reporting from every corner of the globe in multiple languages and our journalistic resources are unchanged – it is just about how we present our news online.

This move will help us build a world-class destination for decision makers and bring you the trusted, real-time news coverage that you have come to count on.

We hope you will join us. Please take a moment to complete this simple form to receive updates, share feedback or ask a question.

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