Campaign India Team
May 21, 2009

Wall Street Journal expands in India

The Wall Street Journal Asia has begun daily printing in India, making same-day delivery available to subscribers and newsstands in India's major cities for the first time.Dow Jones facilitated the launch through a partnership with The Express Group, which prints The Wall Street Journal in New Delhi and Mumbai. The initiative follows the February launch of the India.WSJ.com homepage and its mobile reader.

Wall Street Journal expands in India

The Wall Street Journal Asia has begun daily printing in India, making same-day delivery available to subscribers and newsstands in India's major cities for the first time.

Dow Jones facilitated the launch through a partnership with The Express Group, which prints The Wall Street Journal in New Delhi and Mumbai. The initiative follows the February launch of the India.WSJ.com homepage and its mobile reader.

The initiative extends the Wall Street Journal’s presence in Asia, as it comes weeks after the Journal announced its plans to launch a Japanese-language version of its website by the end of the year, which paralleled Dow Jones’ distribution deal with The Yomiuri Shimbun in February that allowed the printing of The Wall Street Journal Asia in Japanese.

It also launched a Chinese-language version of WSJ.com in 2002.

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Campaign India