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Corrigendum—Business India leads pack in DMS 4

02-June-2004
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Corrigendum—Business India leads pack in DMS 4

Our report entitled ‘Businessworld powers ahead with high circulation, relevant content’, published on May 28, 2004, contained an incorrect information stating that Businessworld had topped the Decision Makers Survey 4 conducted by AC Nielsen ORG-MARG. The error was brought to our attention by Business India. The correction is as follows:

As per DMS Survey 4, the average issue readership of business magazines are:

i) Business India—47 per cent.

ii) Businessworld—42 per cent.

iii) Business Today—37 per cent.

The error is regretted.

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