Alphabet and its Google subsidiary will back India-based companies as part of its newly formed Google for India Digitization Fund.

Internet and technology group Alphabet intends to invest some $10bn in India over the next five to seven years through a vehicle called Google for India Digitization Fund. The fund was launched today, and the capital will be deployed not only through equity investments in India-based companies, but also in partnerships and investment in operations,…

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