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S&P Global Market Intelligence Enhances APAC Corporate Events Data

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S&P Global Market Intelligence has enhanced its APAC corporate events data and transcript coverage through the acquisition of SCRIPTS Asia Inc’s Asia, ex-Japan, database. The acquired Mandarin, Cantonese and Korean databases are available through S&P Global Market Intelligence’s Capital IQ Pro, Xpressfeed and Snowflake delivery channels, and allow the company to provide coverage of Asian corporate events for more than 3,200 companies. S&P Global Market Intelligence will continue to provide Japan event coverage through a long-term agreement with SCRIPTS Asia K. K. that delivers Japanese content.

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