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FDI In Print: exchange4media Poll Results

03-April-2002
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FDI In Print: exchange4media Poll Results

It is an overwhelming Yes. Over 80% of polls were cast favoring the infusion of foreign funds in over protected Print sector. The participants were a cross section of media professionals including heads of leading print houses. However, INS, nodal body of publishers, believes that the most print publishers are against allowing FDI in print. INS President Pratap Pawar shared with exchange4media that he believes ''''overwhelming majority of Publishers are against FDI.''''

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