The Adani group continues to use debt financing to grow its existing businesses and enter new industries. The combined gross debt of the group companies reached a new high of Rs 2.22 trillion at the end of March this year, up 42 per cent from Rs 1.57 trillion a year ago, according to data from Capitaline. As a result, the group’s gross debt-to-equity ratio was at a four-year high of 2.36 at the end of March, up from 2.02 a year ago and a low of 1.98 at the end of FY19.
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