Both companies, in statements on May 10, 2019, anticipated that the European Commission would not clear the proposed joint venture despite both parties offering a comprehensive package of remedies addressing the concerns of the Commission. Tata Steel noted with deep disappointment the conclusions of the Commission. The Company remains committed to its long-term strategy of focusing on growth in India, continue deleveraging its Balance Sheet and working towards creating a sustainable portfolio in Europe.
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