The Wall Street Journal Europe has been cleared of wrongdoing in the circulation row over cut-price copies that cost the paper's European publisher his job last year.
The Audit Bureau of Circulation said it has "found no clear evidence that these copies should be regarded as not compliant".
The allegations suggested the WSJ not only boosted circulation with a deal with a Dutch consulting firm but also gave it some editorial coverage.
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