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Birla Corp in Rs 5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement

17/08/2015· Birla Corporation on Monday announced that it will acquire two cement units from Lafarge India having a capacity of 5.15 million tonnes per annum for Rs 5,000 crore.. Birla Corporation said in a

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Birla Corp inks Rs 5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement units

Birla Corp inks Rs 5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement units The deal calls for the acquisition of Sonadih cement plant in Chhattisgarh, the grinding unit at Jajobera in Jharkhand, as also the

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Birla Corp in Rs 5,000 crore deal with Lafarge for cement

Birla Corp, established in 1919 and with units in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal, has a current capacity of 10 million tonnes per annum. The deal, when executed, would

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Birla Corp in Rs.5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement

Kolkata, Aug 17: The M.P. Birla Group on Monday said it was acquiring the cement business of Lafarge India for Rs.5,000 crore through a combination of internal accruals and fresh debt to add another 5.5 million tonnes in annual capacity. Under this transaction, Birla Corp and its subsidiaries will acquire the integrated cement unit of []

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Birla Corp in Rs.5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement

The M.P. Birla Group on Monday said it was acquiring the cement business of Lafarge India for Rs.5,000 crore through a combination of internal accruals and fresh debt to add another 5.5 million

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Birla Corp in Rs.5,000 cr Deal with Lafarge for Cement

The M.P. Birla Group said it was acquiring the cement business of Lafarge India for Rs.5,000 cr through a combination of internal accruals and fresh debt.

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Birla Corp in Rs.5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement units

Birla Corp in Rs.5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement units Posted by: Maeeshat. in in Corporate,Corporate Governance August 17, 2015 0 Kolkata:(IANS) The M.P. Birla Group on Monday said it was acquiring the cement business of Lafarge India for Rs.5,000 crore through a combination of internal accruals and fresh debt to add another 5.5 million tonnes in annual capacity.

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Birla Corp in Rs.5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement units

Birla Corp in Rs.5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement units. e-paper. Get App . Business. Updated on : Monday, August 17, 2015, 2:04 PM IST . Birla Corp in Rs.5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for

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Birla Corp to buy Lafarge''s cement units for Rs.5k cr

Birla Corporation on Monday said it will acquire two cement units from Lafarge India having a capacity of 5.15 million tonnes per annum for Rs.5,000 crore. Birla Corporation said in a BSE filing

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LafargeHolcim inks Rs 5k cr cement plant deal with Birla

Birla Corp shares breached the upper circuit at Rs 543.50 apiece at the BSE and closed at Rs 540.25, over 19% up from its previous closing. The two plants have an annual cement capacity of 5.15 MT

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Birla Corp in Rs.5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement

Birla Corp in Rs.5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement units. e-paper. Get App . Business. Updated on : Monday, August 17, 2015, 2:04 PM IST . Birla Corp in Rs.5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for

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Birla Corp to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs

Birla Corp to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs 5,000 cr. The company said that upon completion of this transaction, Birla Corporation will consolidate its position in the eastern India cement market, where the demand supply scenario and outlook continue to

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Birla Corporation to buy Lafarge's India cement units

Birla Corporation to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs 5,000 cr The sale of assets, including the two cement plants operated by Lafarge India with a combined annual capacity of 5.15 million tons, was part of the agreement.

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Birla Corp to buy Lafarge''s cement units for Rs.5k cr

Birla Corporation on Monday said it will acquire two cement units from Lafarge India having a capacity of 5.15 million tonnes per annum for Rs.5,000 crore. Birla Corporation said in a BSE filing

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Birla Corp to buy Lafarge’s cement units for ₹5,000 cr

Birla Corp to buy Lafarge’s cement units for ₹5,000 cr . Our Bureau Kolkata Updated on January 23, 2018 Published on August 17, 2015 bl18_Birla Corp. A file photo of a cement plant with a

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Birla Corp to buy two cement units of Lafarge in India

Birla Corp is a part of MP Birla Group which has a presence across cement and jute. The company has cement units in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal and produces 10 MTPA. The deal significantly enhances its presence in eastern India. The transaction, which values the units at Rs 9,708 or $150 per per tonne would be

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Birla Corp buys Lafarge’s two units Times of India

India Business News: Harsh Lodha-led Birla Corporation has agreed to acquire Lafarge India’s two cement units in the eastern region in a deal valued at Rs 5,000 crore.

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Birla Corp looks attractive as Lafarge deal expected to

Birla Corp would pay per tonne enterprise value (EVtonne) of $150 for 5.1 MT cement capacities of Lafarge, which is not expensive considering the past two transactions in the industry. After the acquisition, Birla's debt to-equity will be 1.69 since it will be funded through borrowed money .This does not stretch the balance sheet much and is manageable given the long-term benefits of the

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Nirma, Lafarge cement Rs 9000 crore deal Times of India

12/07/2016· Earlier, Lafarge wanted to sell part of its domestic business to Birla Corp for about Rs 5,000 crore ($753 million), but the deal ran into regulatory trouble as laws then prohibited the sale of

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Lafarge deal: Latest News & Videos, Photos about Lafarge

08/08/2018· Birla Corp looks attractive as Lafarge deal expected to boost presence 18 Aug, 2015, 10.48 AM IST. The decision to acquire Lafarge's two cement units in Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh will help Birla Corp to increase the capacity.

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