GSFC to invest Rs 3,000 crore in new projects

October 2006
Chemical Business;Oct2006, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p105
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The article reports on the investment projects of Gujarat State Fertilisers and Chemicals Ltd. (GSFC) in India. As indicated by GSFC managing director A. K. Luke, the projects are part of the 2nd phase expansion efforts of the company. There is also an option for the company to expand the Vadodara unit. Project plans include a methanol and a fertilizer plant.


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