Rs. 485-crore expansion plan outlined for IPCL

July 2005
Chemical Business;Jul2005, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p59
Trade Publication
Reports on the investments announced by Indian Petrochemicals Corp. Ltd. chairman Mukesh Ambani in petrochemical sites to be completed in the middle of 2006. Worth of expansion projects commissioned by the company; Export earnings posted by the company in 2004-2005; State of the global petrochemical industry according to Ambani.


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