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The other side of SAIL's profits

Date: 5 November 2012

State-owned steel giant’s profits are found increasingly because of raw material (iron ore) subsidies and not due to real economic value addition. This only leads to wastage and poor operational management during steel making, thereby causing higher pollution

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Puts out new data to prove that green clearances are not delaying infrastructure projects

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