EMI re-launches in China and South East Asia

Tom Pakinkis

EMI has been revived in China and South East Asia.

The re-launch of EMI China was marked today by the signings of Mandopop superstar A-Mei along with Show Lo and Rainie Yang (pictured).

EMI ended much of its operations in Asia over five years ago but Universal Music Group has been investing in the label since its acquisition in 2012.

“EMI’s heritage in the region makes this is a very exciting re-launch,” said chairman and CEO of Universal ...

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