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Financial Express (Gujarati) celebrates its tenth anniversary

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Financial Express (Gujarati) celebrates its tenth anniversary

The Financial Express (Gujarati), is celebrating its tenth anniversary on Today. On this auspicious occassion, five leading industrial houses of different regions of the state will be honoured for their best performance in their respective fields.

The winners of this award are: Haria Exports from South Gujarat; FAG Barings India form Central Gujarat; Shri Rama Multitech from North Gujarat; Ashapura Minechem from the Kutch; and the Excel Group of Industries from the Saurashtra region.

The Financial Express (Gujarati) ‘Dashabdi Mahotsav’ celebration will be held at the Tagore Hall in Ahmedabad.

On this occassion, a special booklet called Achman will be released, and will be distributed free of cost with the issues of Financial Express (Gujarati) and Samkaleen dated June 7.

The Financial Express (Gujarati) has made its presence felt even in the remote parts of the state and it has gained a good ground as a credible source of information for trade and industries all over the state. The wide and varied readership of the daily includes medium and small industrialists, traders, professionals, stockbrokers, investors and students.


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