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Marching Ahead

It gives with great pleasure to share my thoughts with readers of The Financial World on its ninth anniversary. That during this period the paper has carved out a niche for itself needs no elaboration. These eventful nine years have seen it grow from a fledgling and path-breaking journal to a well-established, credible and trend-setting publication.

It gives with great pleasure to share my thoughts with readers of The Financial World on its ninth anniversary. That during this period the paper has carved out a niche for itself needs no elaboration. These eventful nine years have seen it grow from a fledgling and path-breaking journal to a well-established, credible and trend-setting publication. That those who scoffed at the very thought of having a separate financial newspaper to cater to the region’s industry and business at the time of its launch have been forced to change their opinion during this period has been the best endorsement of the vision displayed by the paper’s founding fathers.

By evolving with time and not hesitating to make bold changes whenever required, the paper has proved that it continues to keep a finger on the pulse of the readers. By maintaining a judicious balance while covering happenings in the business world and reporting day-to-day political developments, the paper has forced rival publications to change their strategies.

All this has been possible only because of the unflinching faith that readers have kept in The Financial World. I hope that readers will continue to patronise the paper with same zeal and zest in future also. As the paper enters tenth year of its publication, it is in a position to take-off to achieve even greater heights. In the near future the management is going to take many revolutionary steps to improve the newspaper. The changes that we plan to make will allow it to grow both vertically and horizontally. While on one hand these changes will propel The Financial World to set new benchmarks for its peers, on the other hand these will further strengthen what the paper cherishes most — its bond with the readers.

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