Apr 20, 2016

Morning News Call - India, April 20 | Reuters

thirdsHindustan Petroleum Corp plans to invest around $3.8 billion to ramp up itsrefining capacity by two-thirds this decade, as the country's oil demand soarsand to meet cleaner fuel standards, a company official told Reuters.  Expansion an elusive dream for Indian industry Expansion is a distant dream for many Indian manufacturers as they grapple withunder-utilised factories and towering...

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