KPC plans stake in Indian Oil's Paradip Petrochemical Complex

June 2010
Popular Plastics & Packaging;Jun2010, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p60
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The article reports on the plan of Kuwait Petroleum Corp. (KPC) to acquire a minority stake in the planned Paradip petrochemical complex of Indian Oil Corp. (IOC) under an in-principle agreement that was reached during the ongoing visit of the IOC chairman to Kuwait.


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