MUMBAI: Singapore-based Continuum Wind Energy, which has an India-centric focus, is scouting for equity investors to raise $300 million of fresh capital after a deal to sell stake to the now bankrupt renewable
Share-sale pact likely in 2-3 wks; Tatas explore PE, SWF route for funds Tata Power, the country's largest integrated power utilities company, looks set to acquire the renewable energy assets of the diversified
Mumbai Sajjan Jindal, the promoter of JSW Steel, and brothers Pramod and Vinod Mittal of Ispat Industries have agreed to merge their steel companies to create India’s second largest steel company with
Vedanta Resources, the London-listed holding company, will sell its stake in three companies in India to its Indian subsidiary Sterlite Industries in an all-share deal, two people with direct knowledge of the development said. Vedanta, owned by billionaire Anil Agarwal, will sell its 100% stake in Vedanta Aluminium, the 94.8% it owns in Madras Aluminum and its 38% stake in oil refiner Cairn Energy to Sterlite Industries to make its subsidiary a metal, mining and oil giant.