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Government allows 26% FDI in Print media

25-June-2002
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Government allows 26% FDI in Print media

A Cabinet meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, approved 26 per cent foreign direct investment in print media. Information and Broadcasting Minister Sushma Swaraj informed some newspersons on Tuesday.

Speaking with exchange4media, a senior source in I&B Ministry has confirmed this development. The minister gave no other details citing that formal press briefing would take place later in the day.

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