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e4mrecap: The Week That Was

27-May-2017
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e4mrecap: The Week That Was

Did you miss the top stories that made news this week? The week of May 22–26 was highlighted by the wrap-up of IPL 2017, monetisation in the OTT space, implications of GST on the advertising sector, economics and business strategy guru Michael Porter speaking about GST’s significance for India, and finally, BBC’s big plans for the Indian regional space.

Here’s a recap of the top news this week:

Nail-biting finale over, now a look at the valuations and future of IPL

Subscription and advertising might be the answer to OTT's monetisation problem

GST: Taxation process for the advertising agencies may get complicated

A harmonised tax system like GST important for India: Michael Porter

BBC bets big on Indian regional space...in conversation with Jim Egan, CEO, BBC Global News

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