Vedanta sticks with plan to expand Tamil Nadu smelter despite deadly protests
Friday, 25 May 2018 NEW DELHI (Reuters) - London-listed Vedanta Resources hopes to restart its copper smelter in a city in Tamil Nadu and still wants to double its capacity despite protests demanding its closure that killed 13 people this week, a company executive told Reuters on Friday.
Vedanta Ltd, the Indian subsidiary of Vedanta Resources PLC, which operates the smelter, said it has asked government authorities to let company officials enter... Firstpost - IndiaAlso reported by •Reuters India
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