Anil Agarwal to delist Vedanta Resources from LSE, offers $1-bn buyout

The move is to simplify the corporate structure of Vedanta and its subsidiaries, the mining giant said

Anil Agarwal, vedanta

Executive Chairman and Vedanta Group founder Anil Agarwal

Mining mogul Anil Agarwal plans to delist his flagship firm Vedanta Resources Plc from the London Stock Exchange (LSE) after buying out 33.5 per cent of non-promoter shareholders for about

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First Published: Jul 02 2018 | 3:06 PM IST

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