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Wadia didn't press earlier dissents on Corus, Brunner Mond acquisitions

He agrees, too, that the cash-draining Corus and Brunner Mond acquisition proposals were taken 'by consensus', though he and some others had reservations

Ishita Ayan Dutt  |  Kolkata 

There was no formal note of dissent from the board of directors of Tata Steel and Tata Chemicals for the Corus and Brunner Mond acquisitions, now an issue of debate. People familiar with the developments said that there was no question of dissent on these acquisitions because the presentations made earlier to the board were very positive at that time. When asked, Tata Chemicals said it was important to respect the privacy of matters discussed at board meetings. "We do not have any further comments." Tata Steel did not comment. Company law experts said if a director ...


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First Published: Mon, December 19 2016. 01:35 IST