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Network Solutions plans to set up Indian subsidiary

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Network Solutions plans to set up Indian subsidiary

Network Solutions, the world leader in Internet domain name registration, is setting up a fully owned subsidiary in India by year-end. The company will launch registration services in nine Indian regional languages including Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Gurmukhi, Tamil and Telegu.

The company will soon approach the government for initiating the process of setting up the subsidiary. The company is currently operating in India through its channel partners. The Indian subsidiary will bring in various Internet services offered by the company worldwide.

The Indian arm of the Network Solution will also take up software development for the company's global operations. The expansion of multi-lingual services would induce small and medium businessmen to conduct transactions online in their own language. The invitation price for the service initially would be $25.


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