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Network18 to expand its business offerings

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Network18 to expand its business offerings

As per media reports, Network18 is gearing up to further fortify its business offerings. The group will be launching a Gujarati business news channel, named CNBC Bazaar. The group already runs two business news channels – CNBC-TV18 in English and CNBC-Awaaz in Hindi, apart from English general news channel in CNN-IBN.

Along with the Gujarati business channel, Network18 also plans to soon launch what is being touted as India’s first online pink paper, called The group already runs the news and analysis website

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