Vedanta OKs $2.1B Indian aluminum project
Dec 16, 2005 | 09:08 AM
Vedanta Resources Plc's board of directors has approved the $2.1-billion Jharsuguda greenfield aluminum project in Orissa, India.The project includes a 500,000-tonne-a-year aluminum smelter and a 1,215-megawatt thermal power plant. The Jharsuguda project will be implemented in two phases of 250,000 tonnes each. Construction is expected....
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