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Mukesh Ambani - Sumathi Bala - CNBC Daily Open: Wall Street on edge over Fed's key inflation gauge - cnbc.com - India

CNBC Daily Open: Wall Street on edge over Fed's key inflation gauge

This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Like what you see? You can subscribe  here .

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Nikkei staff writer - Disney to merge India media operations with Reliance - asia.nikkei.com - India

Disney to merge India media operations with Reliance

BENGALURU -- The Walt Disney Co. will merge its India unit with Mukesh Ambani's conglomerate Reliance Industries, as the Indian billionaire seeks to dominate the entertainment industry in the world's most populous nation.

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Ruxandra Iordache - Mukesh Ambani - Disney and Reliance to merge media businesses in India in $8.5 billion joint venture - cnbc.com - India

Disney and Reliance to merge media businesses in India in $8.5 billion joint venture

Walt Disney and Indian conglomerate Reliance will merge their Indian businesses, the U.S. entertainment giant announced Wednesday.

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Is cinema India’s new political battleground? Modi-backed Article 370 film stirs Kashmiri outrage - scmp.com - India - Pakistan

Is cinema India’s new political battleground? Modi-backed Article 370 film stirs Kashmiri outrage

Critics warn the government is increasingly “endorsing cinema for political gain”, while some from Kashmir accuse authorities of “normalising” false narratives.

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Alex Travelli - Disney to Step Back From India in Mega Deal with Reliance Industries - nytimes.com - India

Disney to Step Back From India in Mega Deal with Reliance Industries

The Walt Disney Company had an India-sized twinkle in its eye as early as 1993, when it first came to the country of now 1.4 billion potential media consumers. It started small and found a distributor to broadcast some of its content over airwaves that were just opening to global capitalism.

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Lee Jae - Yoon Suk Yeol - JIWON SONG - Zuckerberg meets LG, Samsung chiefs in Seoul as Meta ramps up AI ambitions - apnews.com - Japan - India - South Korea - city Seoul, South Korea

Zuckerberg meets LG, Samsung chiefs in Seoul as Meta ramps up AI ambitions

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussed cooperation on extended reality devices with LG Electronics executives on Wednesday as part of his visit to South Korea that highlights Meta’s ambitions in artificial intelligence.

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Farmers are in revolt, will governments heed their demands? - aljazeera.com - India - Italy - Mexico

Farmers are in revolt, will governments heed their demands?

Farmers in different parts of the world are protesting against economic and climate policies.

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Contributing writer - WTO digital tax freeze in spotlight as India, others rue lost revenue - asia.nikkei.com - Indonesia - India - South Africa - city Abu Dhabi

WTO digital tax freeze in spotlight as India, others rue lost revenue

MADURAI, India -- A moratorium on taxing digitally transmitted products, from movies and music to software and industry data, faces a critical juncture this week at a World Trade Organization conference in Abu Dhabi.

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