Jindal Steel & Power Set To Hike Prices To Offset Input Cost Pressures
Sheet steel sits stacked in the store room at the SAW Pipe Mills, operated by Liberty Commodities Ltd., in Hartlepool, U.K. (Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg)

Jindal Steel & Power Set To Hike Prices To Offset Input Cost Pressures

Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. said it will again hike steel prices by Rs 2,000 a tonne in the coming few weeks to offset rising input costs.“The steel plants have been doing okay, but not so well that ...
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