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(From Agence France Presse)
US financial media group Dow Jones and Co. said it had agreed to set up a joint venture to produce an Indian edition of the business daily The Wall Street Journal.
Dow Jones struck the deal with Bennett, Coleman and Co., publisher of the Times of India and The Economic Times, the US company said in a written statement.
The joint venture -- owned 26 percent by Dow Jones and the rest by Bennett, Coleman -- would publish "The Wall Street Journal for India" with content angled at Indian …