Tata Group should reduce the land requirement for its Titanium dioxide project in Tamil Nadu

Venkataraman, N. S.
September 2007
Chemical Business;Sep2007, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p7
Trade Publication
The author stresses the need for Tata Group to reduce the land requirements for its titanium oxide project in Tamil Nadu, India. According to him, the political parties and local agitators prevent the project from coming into existence. He notes that titanium dioxide content of the ilmenite deposits available in the country is highest compared to other ilmenite deposits in the world. He adds that matured outlook for the project is required so that neither the common man would be affected nor the opportunities for growth of the country would be lost.


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