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Tuoi Tre ever in the service of our readers

Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 22:05 GMT+7
Tuoi Tre ever in the service of our readers

Our dear readers,

The Tuoi Tre family - Tuoi Tre Online, Tuoi Tre TV, and Tuoi Tre News - has returned after three months away.

Three months is how long we’ve missed our readers. And it’s safe to assume many of our readers have also missed us.

Over the past three months, Tuoi Tre has put our concerted efforts into renewing our site’s interface and preparing quality content to meet readers’ diverse demands for news and information. We are aware of the challenges ahead and we have come to reflect upon ourselves so the path that awaits us can be trodden with confidence.

To our readers who have been there for us in every step of the way and across our history of 43 years, we extend our most sincere gratitude. Our readers will forever remain our most valuable assets.

We understand that the worth of a newspaper is measured not only by the commitment and integrity of its journalists, but also by the depth of its understanding of the joy, grief, and hope of each and every member of the public. By entrusting us with such duties, our readers have helped create a newspaper with unique identity and values.

 

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