RIL seeks EoU tag for Jamnagar unit

April 2007
Chemical Business;Apr2007, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p63
Trade Publication
The article reports on the application for export-oriented unit (EoU) status by Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) for its 33 million ton per annum refinery in Jamnagar, India. The decision to apply for the EoU status was driven by the fact that the company does not obtain any advantage on its retail operations. An EoU status will provide the company with a privilege to be exempted from duty on crude oil imports.


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