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Russia-Ukraine crisis: India Inc braces for fallout, monitors situation

Russian President Vladimir Putin orders troops into eastern Ukraine

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Shares of Tata Motors, the parent firm of Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), fell 3.28 per cent on the BSE as investors feared any conflict would hit JLR’s sales in Europe

Shine JacobSohini DasIshita Ayan Dutt Chennai | Mumbai | Kolkata
Stocks of Indian companies with exposure to Europe fell on Tuesday amid concerns about the impact on their sales in case the Russia-Ukraine crisis worsens and the US and its allies impose economic sanctions on Russia.

While top conglomerates, including Reliance Industries, the Tata group, and Aditya Birla Group, said they did not have any significant exposure to Russia, executives of some of the oil and gas, pharmaceutical, and tea companies said they were monitoring the situation closely as they earned substantial income from the region.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday ordered troops into two breakaway regions of eastern

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First Published: Feb 23 2022 | 12:15 AM IST

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