We are taking steps to sell assets, but will not do distress sale: Ravi Uppal

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About two years after losing coal mines and undergoing financial stress, Jindal Steel and Power Ltd seems to be on a path to recovery. In an exclusive interview to InfraCircle, managing director and chief executive office Ravi Uppal says the company expects to sell 6 million tonne (MT) steel in domestic market next year, compared with 4.2 million tonne this year.

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We are taking steps to sell assets, but will not do distress sale: Ravi Uppal

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