China has banned new domestic editions of foreign magazines on any topic other than science or technology. Titles that have already been approved can continue publishing, but the moratorium will hurt lifestyle and entertainment magazines, including the Chinese edition of Rolling Stone. The magazine has published one issue, but authorities say its publishers never obtained permission to publish. China doesn't allow foreign companies to publish magazines. Rather, they must make licensing agreements with state-owned publishers.
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