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Posco, critics on collision course 5.3.2008 Hindu: Front Page
People facing displacement urged to attend rally
DA survey completed for steel project package 4.3.2008 The Statesman
DA survey completed for steel project package
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Steel companies to pare prices 4.3.2008 TOI: India Business
Representatives of major steel producers from the public and private sectors met steel minister Ram Vilas Paswan and assured him that the reduction in excise tax on steel would be passed on to the consumers.
Minister wants cos to steel the show, produce 300 mt a year by 2020 3.3.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Global steel heavyweights Arcelor Mittal and Posco may be finding the going tough here...
Paswan summons steel firms over rising shortages 3.3.2008 Business Standard
Paswan summons steel firms over rising shortages
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Posco may miss Apr 1 groundbreaking deadline 28.2.2008 Business Standard
Posco may miss Apr 1 groundbreaking deadline
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Hurdles to Posco venture 28.2.2008 Telegraph: Business
Jamshedpur, Feb. 27: Korean major Posco may face further delays in its Orissa project.
Project delays bug Tata Steel 28.2.2008 Telegraph: Business
Jamshedpur, Feb. 27: Tata Steel's greenfield projects in the country are running 12 to 16 months behind schedule.
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Delay in project work worries POSCO 28.2.2008 Hindu: Other States
Jamshedpur: Posco India Private Limited, which has plans to set up a 12 million tonne steel plant in Orissa, has expressed concern over the slow progress in obtaining prospective licence for iron ore mining and acquisition of land leading to ...
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Orissa project delay worries Posco 27.2.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
Posco India Private Limited, which has plans to set up a 12 million-tonne steel plant in Orissa, has expressed concern over the slow progress in obtaining prospective licence for iron-ore mining and acquisition of land leading to delay in start of the project.
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Delay in Orissa project worries Posco officials 27.2.2008 Asian Age: Business
Jamshedpur, Feb. 27: Korean steel giant Posco, which has announced plans of setting up a mega steel plant in Orissa, has expressed concern over the slow progress in obtaining prospecting licence for iron ore mining and acquisition of land leading to delay in the start of the project. The company has proposed setting up a 12-million-tonne integrated steel plant in the coastal state at a cost of Rs 52,000 crore and signed an MoU with the state in June 2005 in this connection. Mr Chango-ho Kwag, director of Posco Research Institute in Delhi, said on the sidelines of 'Steelrise 2008' here that securing prospecting licence and land acquisition were the two major issues that were worrying the Posco officials in Korea. Mr Kwag, who is closely ...
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Posco worried over delays in Orissa project 27.2.2008 Business Standard
Posco worried over delays in Orissa project
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POSCO worried over delay in start of Orissa project 27.2.2008 TOI: India Business
The company has proposed setting up a 12-million-tonne integrated steel plant in the coastal state at a cost of Rs 52,000 crore and signed an MoU with the state in June 2005 in this connection.
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Posco worried over delay in start of Orissa project 27.2.2008 ET: Steel
Korean steel giant Posco, which has announced plans of setting up a mega steel plant in Orissa, has expressed concern over the slow progress in obtaining prospecting licence for iron ore mining and acquisition of land leading to delay in start of the project.
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Seoul stocks hit fresh 5-week high; steel, techs up 27.2.2008 ET: Global Markets
Seoul stocks rose 0.9 per cent to a fresh five-week high on Wednesday, led by techs tracking Wall Street peers, while steelmakers led by POSCO extended gains on hopes for price hikes to reflect firmer iron ore costs.
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Posco lease case in limbo 27.2.2008 Telegraph: Nation
Cuttack, Feb. 26: The future of Posco's steel plans in Orissa continues to hang in balance owing to a long-drawn legal battle over the mining licence for Khandadhar iron ore reserves.
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Posco marking presence through marketing tie-ups 26.2.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
Korean steel major Posco might have run into trouble for acquiring land in Orissa to set up a $12-billion steel plant there, but it seems that the company is marking its presence in the country through marketing tie-ups.
Civic body eviction drive on hold 26.2.2008 Hindu: Other States
CMC office gheraoed
`Orissa failed in Due Diligence for Posco plan` 24.2.2008 Business Standard
`Orissa failed in Due Diligence for Posco plan`
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Government to meet steel producers next week 21.2.2008 Mint: Latest
The meeting assumes importance amid reports that investment proposals worth more than Rs1,30,000 crore were not taking off due to land acquisition and other problems
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