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Birla Corp in Rs 5,000 crore deal with Lafarge for cement

Aug 17, 2015 Kolkata, Aug 17 : The M.P. Birla Group on Monday said it was acquiring the cement business of Lafarge India for Rs.5,000 crore through a combination of internal accruals and fresh debt to

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Birla Corp in Rs 5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement

Aug 17, 2015 Birla Corporation on Monday announced that it will acquire two cement units from Lafarge India having a capacity of 5.15 million Birla Corp in Rs 5000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement units.

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Birla Corp inks Rs 5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement units

Aug 17, 2015 Birla Corp inks Rs 5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement units The deal calls for the acquisition of Sonadih cement plant in Chhattisgarh, the grinding unit

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Birla Corp to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs

Aug 17, 2015 Birla Corp to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs 5,000 cr Birla said it will acquire the cement business, comprising an integrated cement unit at

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Birla Corp in Rs.5,000 cr deal with Lafarge for cement units

Aug 17, 2015 The M.P. Birla Group on Monday said it was acquiring the cement business of Lafarge India for Rs.5,000 crore through a combination of internal accruals and

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Birla to buy Lafarge units for Rs 5,000 cr The Financial

Aug 17, 2015 Cement giant LafargeHolcim on Monday announced sale of its two cement plants in Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh to the MP Birla Group’s Birla Corporation for Rs 5,000 crore.

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Birla Corp to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs

Aug 17, 2015 Birla Corp to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs 5,000 cr. The company said that upon completion of this transaction, Birla Corporation will consolidate its position in the eastern India cement market, where the demand supply scenario and outlook continue to remain buoyant. PTI; August 17, 2015, 15:55 IST

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Birla Corporation to move court against Lafarge-Holcim

Feb 02, 2016 Read more about Birla Corporation to move court against Lafarge-Holcim on Business Standard. Kolkata based Birla Corporation's Rs. 5,000 crore deal with Lafarge India to buy two cement units has gone sour with the former planning to seek legal solution over the deal.In a regulatory filing with the Bombay Stock Exchange, the Kolkata based

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Birla Corp buys Lafarge’s cement units for Rs 5000cr

Aug 17, 2015 Aug 17, 2015, 05:55PM IST Source: . Beating several global giants and bulge bracket private equity suitors, Birla Corporation announced that it has agreed to acquire two cement units of Lafarge

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Birla Corp pips global giants to scoop up Lafarge India’s

Aug 18, 2015 MUMBAI KOLKATA: Birla Corp agreed to acquire two cement units of Lafarge India that the French company has to sell to conclude its global merger with Holcim, beating several multinational giants and bulge-bracket private equity suitors that were also in the running.

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Birla Corp to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs

Aug 17, 2015 Birla Corp to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs 5,000 cr. Birla said it will acquire the cement business, comprising an integrated cement unit at Sonadih (Chhattisgarh), a cement grinding unit at Jojobera (Jharkhand), along with Concreto and PSC brands.

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Birla Corp to buy Lafarge’s cement units for ₹5,000 cr

Jan 23, 2018 Birla Corporation on Monday said it has agreed to buy two cement making units of Lafarge India Private Ltd — with a combined capacity of around 5.15 million tonnes — along with two cement

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Birla to buy Lafarge units for Rs 5,000 cr The Financial

Cement giant LafargeHolcim on Monday announced sale of its two cement plants in Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh to the MP Birla Group’s Birla Corporation for Rs 5,000 crore.

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Birla Corp-Lafarge India deal for cement units, brands off

Lafarge India says unable to proceed with agreement. E-Paper. WealthCheck

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Birla Corp to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs

Aug 17, 2015 Birla Corp to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs 5,000 cr. The company said that upon completion of this transaction, Birla Corporation will consolidate its position in the eastern India cement market, where the demand supply scenario and outlook continue to remain buoyant. PTI; August 17, 2015, 15:55 IST

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LafargeHolcim sells two cement units to Birla Corp for

Aug 18, 2015 Pipping other potential buyers, including some well-known business groups and private equity investors, to the post, Birla Corporation, the flagship firm of the MP Birla Group, has acquired the two cement plants of Swiss multinational LafargeHolcim in Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh for around Rs

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Birla Corp buys Lafarge’s cement units for Rs 5000cr

Aug 17, 2015 Aug 17, 2015, 05:55PM IST Source: . Beating several global giants and bulge bracket private equity suitors, Birla Corporation announced that it has agreed to acquire two cement units of Lafarge

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Birla Corporation's shares jump nearly 16% on Lafarge deal

Aug 17, 2015 Shares of Birla Corporation zoomed nearly 16% Monday after the company said it will acquire two cement units from Lafarge India having a capacity of 5.15 million tonnes per annum for Rs 5,000 crore. Following the news, shares of the company soared 15.68% to Rs

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Birla Corp looks attractive as Lafarge deal expected to

Aug 18, 2015 The decision to acquire Lafarge's two cement units in Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh will help Birla Corp to increase the capacity by 50 per cent, thereby strengthening its presence in the eastern cement market, which has been showing relatively better growth over the past four quarters. The acquisition offers three benefits. First, it will augment Birla Corp's cement capacity to close to 15

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Hearing of injunction against Birla Corp-Lafarge deal

Read more about Hearing of injunction against Birla Corp-Lafarge deal postponed on Business Standard. If all wills fail the legal test, then Newar family could be a beneficiary of the estate

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Birla Corp to buy Lafarge units Telegraph India

Calcutta, Aug. 17: Birla Corporation the flagship of the MP Birla group today struck a deal under which it will snap up two cement plants of Lafarge India at an enterprise value of Rs 5,000 crore. This is the first major acquisition by the Lodha-controlled, Calcutta-based company that is looking to consolidate its position in the highly competitive cement industry.

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Lafarge india News Latest lafarge india News

Birla Corp to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs 5,000 cr. The company said that upon completion of this transaction, Birla Corporation will consolidate its position in the eastern India cement market, where the demand supply scenario and outlook continue to remain buoyant.

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Birla Corp cements new deal Telegraph India

The announcement comes two days after French cement major Lafarge scrapped a deal with the flagship MP Birla group company to sell its cement units and limestone mines. Birla Corp will acquire the entire business of Reliance Cement Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Infrastructure, at an enterprise value of Rs 4,800 crore.

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AZB-TTA-Dhall, CAM, NDA act on competitive $765m Birla buy

Aug 17, 2015 Birla Corporation bought the Eastern cement plants of Lafarge for Rs 5,000 crore from Lafarge India following the Competition Commission of India (CCI) order for the French company to divest itself of the units after its Rs $44bn merger with Holcim, reported the Economic Times and others.. Nishith Desai Associates' Nishchal Joshipura and Karan Kalra with Abhinav Harlalka and Tanya

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Birla Corp-Lafarge India deal for cement units, brands off

Lafarge India says unable to proceed with agreement. E-Paper. WealthCheck

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LafargeHolcim sells two cement units to Birla Corp for

Aug 18, 2015 Pipping other potential buyers, including some well-known business groups and private equity investors, to the post, Birla Corporation, the flagship firm of the MP Birla Group, has acquired the two cement plants of Swiss multinational LafargeHolcim in Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh for around Rs

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Birla Corporation to buy two Lafarge plants for Rs.5,000

Aug 17, 2015 In a significant development, Birla Corporation has announced an agreement with Lafarge India to acquire Lafarge India’s Jojobera plant in Jharkhand and Sonadih cement

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AZB-TTA-Dhall, CAM, NDA act on competitive $765m Birla buy

Aug 17, 2015 Birla Corporation bought the Eastern cement plants of Lafarge for Rs 5,000 crore from Lafarge India following the Competition Commission of India (CCI) order for the French company to divest itself of the units after its Rs $44bn merger with Holcim, reported the Economic Times and others.. Nishith Desai Associates' Nishchal Joshipura and Karan Kalra with Abhinav Harlalka and Tanya

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Birla Corp looks attractive as Lafarge deal expected to

Aug 18, 2015 The decision to acquire Lafarge's two cement units in Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh will help Birla Corp to increase the capacity by 50 per cent, thereby strengthening its presence in the eastern cement market, which has been showing relatively better growth over the past four quarters. The acquisition offers three benefits. First, it will augment Birla Corp's cement capacity to close to 15

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Nirma to buy LafargeHolcim's India business for $1.4

Jul 11, 2016 Birla Corporation to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs 5,000 cr The sale of assets, including the two cement plants operated by Lafarge India with a combined annual capacity of 5.15 million tons, was part of the agreement.

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Lafarge india News Latest lafarge india News

Birla Corp to buy Lafarge's India cement units for Rs 5,000 cr. The company said that upon completion of this transaction, Birla Corporation will consolidate its position in the eastern India cement market, where the demand supply scenario and outlook continue to remain buoyant.

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Aug 21, 2015 Birla Corp to acquire two Lafarge cement plants for Rs.5,000-Cr. Legally India Publicly listed Birla Corporation has agreed to acquire Lafarge India's two cement units in the eastern region for an enterprise value of INR 5,000 crore. The deal includes Lafarge's Jojobera plant in Jharkhand and Sonadih in Chhattisgarh which have a total capacity of 5.5 million tons.

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Hearing of injunction against Birla Corp-Lafarge deal

Read more about Hearing of injunction against Birla Corp-Lafarge deal postponed on Business Standard. If all wills fail the legal test, then Newar family could be a beneficiary of the estate

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Lafarge: Latest News, Photos, Videos on Lafarge NDTV.COM

Mar 09, 2017 Birla Corp shares surged as much as 12.5 per cent on Monday after it announced the acquisition of two cement units from Lafarge India for an enterprise value of Rs

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Birla Corporation to Buy 2 Cement Facilities of

Aug 18, 2015 The Rs 5,000-crore deal will help the MP Birla Group to expand presence in eastern India.

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VINEET DUBEY Deputy General Manager Central Purchase

Currently I am part of team working dedicatedly towards an ambitious target of Birla Corp to become a 25 MTPA capacity company from existing capacity of 15.5 MTPA. Major projects under progress are 1: Green field project Of Rs 2450 Crore at Mukutban ,3.9 MTPA/ 8000

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Lafarge News and Updates from The Economic Times Page 5

Aug 18, 2015 Century Textiles to spin off cement business, merge it with KM Birla-led UltraTech in all-share deal 22 Apr, 2015, 04.00 AM IST This would help UltraTech achieve 100 mn tonne output much before its target of 2020 and let it take on the combined might of Lafarge & Holcim in India.

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Nirma cements $1.4-bn Lafarge India buyout M&A Deals

Nirma, the Ahmedabad-based detergent and soap maker, on Monday announced its acquisition of Lafarge India’s 11-million-tonne (mt) cement business for $1.4 billion (about Rs 9,478 crore), including debt. The valuation is around $127 per tonne, lesser than the $151 per tonne valuation Lafarge commanded in its aborted deal with Birla Corp last year and marginally []

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