Eastern Eye

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Eastern Eye
Type Weekly newspaper
Founded 1989
Language English
Headquarters Garavi Gujarat House
No. 1 Silex Street, London SE1 0DW
Website Eastern Eye

Eastern Eye is a British weekly newspaper.[1] It was created in 1989 and was first published by The Guardian, before becoming a standalone newspaper.

The company behind Eastern Eye changed several times since its foundation by Sarwar Ahmed. It was part of the Trinity Mirror group before a management buyout and the creation of the Ethnic Media Group (EMG).

In 2009, Eastern Eye was sold to the Asian Media & Marketing Group (AMG).

AMG has continued the title's tradition of publishing the annual Asian Rich List and staging the Asian Business Awards every year.

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