Anil Agarwal, Chairman, Vedanta Resources Limited has said that India needs to take stringent measures to safeguard interests of the domestic producers and focus on creating a level playing field to compete with exporting countries.
“We are over a billion people and as a resource enriched country, we must not be dependent on imports for crude, aluminium, iron ore as well as coal,” he said in a statement on Monday adding, India is also not a global dump yard for aluminium scrap and we need to take stringent measures to safeguard interests of the domestic producers and focus on creating a level playing field to compete with exporting countries,” the statement said.
Optimum exploitation of domestic resources in India could raise the contribution of natural resourcesNSE 0.00 % sector to the national GDP to 10% from the present levels of 2% Read More
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