Zee merger gains gov’t OK in India

Pact involves share swap

NEW DELHI — India-based Zee Telefilms has obtained government clearance to merge with Zee Multimedia Worldwide (ZMW). The merger entails a share swap between the two companies and includes the issuance of Zee Telefilms shares to a group of non-resident Indians and overseas corporate bodies in exchange for ZMW shares.

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