DIC India Limited

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DIC India is a part of the World's largest manufacturer of printing Inks and allied material, DIC Corporation of Japan. DIC Japan has a 71.75% share holding in DIC India Limited through DIC Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, Singapore. DIC India is one of the largest companies in the Indian printing, publishing and packaging industry segment, serving top-of-the-line newspapers, magazines, packaging and printing establishments in the country.

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