Vedanta puts $12-bn price tag on privatisation-bound Bharat Petroleum

Vedanta chairman Anil Agarwal expects India to open the bids for BPCL in March


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Vedanta Group is willing to spend $12 billion to acquire India’s state-owned refiner Bharat Petroleum Corp., an asset sale that’s among the nation’s biggest and which has faced delays in

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First Published: Jan 13 2022 | 3:58 PM IST

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