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John Reed is the Financial Times’s South Asia bureau chief, based in New Delhi and covering business, economies, politics and society in India, Pakistan, and the region.
He joined the FT in 2000, working as a foreign correspondent and business reporter based in Bangkok, Jerusalem, London, Johannesburg, and Warsaw. John also contributed to the FT’s coverage of the war in Ukraine in 2014 and 2022, and the Israel-Hamas war of 2023. His work has won several awards, including from the New York Financial Writers' Association, the Society of Publishers in Asia, and a Gerald Loeb Award.