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Dow Jones Newswire expanded its U.S. and Latin-American Spanish news service, DJ en Español, to include company news and stock market commentary from Spain and Europe. It also added more content focused on investment activity between Spain and Latin America. DJ en Español's content is generated by Dow Jones Newswire new Madrid-based translation team. Dow Jones aims to provide more news to Latin American and Spanish investors.

PR Newswire recently tripled its wire distribution in Latin America and added US Hispanic Media through an agreement with Efe News Agency. As a result of the agreement, PR Newswire's US Hispanic and Latin American distribution now reaches more than 4.000 media points —165 of which are Hispanic— via wire.

Factiva, co-owned by Dow Jones and Reuters, announced the availability of a Spanish-language interface to Factiva.com, an online news and business information service offering a collection of nearly 8,000 sources from around the world. Factiva's content set features 141 Spanish language publications, including Spanish newspapers El País, El Mundo, Cinco Días, Expansión, Efe, Reuters Spanish News Service and The Wall Street Journal Americas.


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