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TATASTEEL/BRITAIN
RTX2K3FE
July 07, 2016
A general view shows the Tata steelworks in Port Talbot, Wales, Britain April 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca...
Port Talbot, United Kingdom
File photo of the Tata steelworks in Port Talbot
A general view shows the Tata steelworks in Port Talbot, Wales, Britain April 26, 2016. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden/File Photo
TATASTEEL-BRITAIN/REDUNDANCIES
RTX22R1J
January 17, 2016
A general view shows the Tata Steel works in Scunthorpe, northern England, October 27, 2015. Tata Steel,...
Scunthorpe, United Kingdom
A general view shows the Tata Steel works in Scunthorpe
A general view shows the Tata Steel works in Scunthorpe, northern England, October 27, 2015. Tata Steel, the biggest steelmaker in Britain, will axe 1,050 jobs in the country, local media reported on Sunday, on top of the 1,170 cuts it announced last year due to low steel prices. REUTERS/Andrew Yates/Files
TATASTEEL-RESULTS/
RTXZXU3
May 23, 2013
Tata Steel's Managing Director Hemant Nerurkar (L) and Tata Steel Europe's Managing Director Karl-Ulrich...
Mumbai, India
Tata Steel's Managing Director Hemant Nerurkar and Tata Steel Europe's Managing Director Karl-Ulrich...
Tata Steel's Managing Director Hemant Nerurkar (L) and Tata Steel Europe's Managing Director Karl-Ulrich Koehler speak to each other before a news conference to announce their fourth quarter results in Mumbai May 23, 2013. Tata Steel Ltd, India's largest steelmaker by market value, swung to a loss in its fourth quarter, hit by weak demand in Europe, its top market and production region. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
TATASTEEL-RESULTS/
RTXZXTY
May 23, 2013
Tata Steel's Managing Director Hemant Nerurkar (L) and Tata Steel Europe's Managing Director Karl-Ulrich...
Mumbai, India
Tata Steel's Managing Director Hemant Nerurkar and Tata Steel Europe's Managing Director Karl-Ulrich...
Tata Steel's Managing Director Hemant Nerurkar (L) and Tata Steel Europe's Managing Director Karl-Ulrich Koehler speak to each other before a news conference to announce their fourth quarter results in Mumbai May 23, 2013. Tata Steel Ltd, India's largest steelmaker by market value, swung to a loss in its fourth quarter, hit by weak demand in Europe, its top market and production region. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
TATASTEEL-RESULTS
RTXZXTX
May 23, 2013
A labourer stands outside a Tata Steel stockyard in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh May 23, 2013....
Chandigarh, India
Labourer stands outside a Tata Steel stockyard in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh
A labourer stands outside a Tata Steel stockyard in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh May 23, 2013. Tata Steel Ltd, India's largest steelmaker by market value, swung to a loss in its fourth quarter, hit by weak demand in Europe, its top market and production region. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
TATASTEEL-EARNINGS/
RTR3A70W
November 09, 2012
A labourer works at a Tata steel iron godown in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh November 9, 2012....
Chandigarh, India
A labourer works at a Tata steel iron godown in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh
A labourer works at a Tata steel iron godown in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh November 9, 2012. India's Tata Steel reported on Friday a surprise quarterly loss of 3.64 billion rupees ($66.8 million), as weakening demand and prices in its main European market offset a solid performance at home. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
TATASTEEL/DEMAND
RTR2EUM8
June 07, 2010
Managing Director of Tata Steel of India, Hemant Nerurkar, is seen during an interview with Reuters on...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Managing Director of the Tata Steel of India, Hemant Nerurkar, is seen during an interview in Ho Chi...
Managing Director of Tata Steel of India, Hemant Nerurkar, is seen during an interview with Reuters on the sidelines of the 2010 World Economic Forum in Vietnam's commercial hub Ho Chi Minh City June 7, 2010. India's Tata Steel forecast on Monday steel demand in Southeast Asian countries would grow between 8 percent and 9 percent a year in coming years, based on a strong economic growth. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
TATASTEEL-CORUS/
RTXRG57
December 04, 2009
The Corus steelworks at Redcar, Teesside, northern England is seen in this January 26, 2009 file photograph....
REDCAR, United Kingdom
File photograph shows the Corus steelworks at Redcar, northern England
The Corus steelworks at Redcar, Teesside, northern England is seen in this January 26, 2009 file photograph. Europe's second biggest steelmaker, Corus, is to close a plant in northeast England at the end of January with the loss of 1,700 jobs, after failing to secure a long-term partner for the plant's output, the company said on December 4, 2009. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis/Files (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
TATASTEEL-CORUS/
RTXRG52
December 04, 2009
The Corus steelworks at Redcar, Teesside, northern England is seen in this January 26, 2009 file photograph....
REDCAR, United Kingdom
File photograph shows the Corus steelworks at Redcar, northern England
The Corus steelworks at Redcar, Teesside, northern England is seen in this January 26, 2009 file photograph. Europe's second biggest steelmaker, Corus, is to close a plant in northeast England at the end of January with the loss of 1,700 jobs, after failing to secure a long-term partner for the plant's output, the company said on December 4, 2009. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis/Files (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
TATASTEEL-CORUS/
RTXRG4Y
December 04, 2009
The Corus steelworks at Redcar, Teesside, northern England is seen in this January 26, 2009 file photograph....
REDCAR, United Kingdom
File photograph shows the Corus steelworks at Redcar, northern England
The Corus steelworks at Redcar, Teesside, northern England is seen in this January 26, 2009 file photograph. Europe's second biggest steelmaker, Corus, is to close a plant in northeast England at the end of January with the loss of 1,700 jobs, after failing to secure a long-term partner for the plant's output, the company said on December 4, 2009. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis/Files (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
TATASTEEL-RESULTS/
RTR266L2
July 29, 2009
B. Muthuraman, managing director of Tata Steel, attends the news conference after announcing the first...
Mumbai, India
Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, attends the news conference in Mumbai
B. Muthuraman, managing director of Tata Steel, attends the news conference after announcing the first quarter results in Mumbai July 29, 2009. Tata Steel Ltd, the world's No. 8 steel maker by output, on Wednesday reported a larger-than-expected 47 percent fall in June quarter profit from its Indian operations as realisations fell sharply on lower commodity prices. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
TATASTEEL-RESULTS/
RTR266KT
July 29, 2009
B. Muthuraman (C), managing director of Tata Steel, speaks as Koushik Chatterjee (R), vice president...
Mumbai, India
Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference in Mumbai
B. Muthuraman (C), managing director of Tata Steel, speaks as Koushik Chatterjee (R), vice president of Finance and H.M.Nerurkar, chief operating officer, watch during a news conference after announcing the first quarter results in Mumbai July 29, 2009. Tata Steel Ltd, the world's No. 8 steel maker by output, on Wednesday reported a larger-than-expected 47 percent fall in June quarter profit from its Indian operations as realisations fell sharply on lower commodity prices. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA BUSINESS)
TATASTEEL-RESULTS/
RTR266KL
July 29, 2009
B. Muthuraman, managing director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference after announcing the...
Mumbai, India
Muthuraman, managing director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference in Mumbai
B. Muthuraman, managing director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference after announcing the first quarter results in Mumbai July 29, 2009. Tata Steel Ltd, the world's No. 8 steel maker by output, on Wednesday reported a larger-than-expected 47 percent fall in June quarter profit from its Indian operations as realisations fell sharply on lower commodity prices. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA BUSINESS)
TATASTEEL RESULTS
RTR250XE
June 25, 2009
B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference to announce the annual...
Mumbai, India
B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference to announce the annual...
B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference to announce the annual financial results of Tata Steel in Mumbai June 25, 2008. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA BUSINESS)
TATASTEEL RESULTS
RTR250WG
June 25, 2009
B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks as his shadow falls on the company logo during...
None, India
Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference to announce annual financial...
B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks as his shadow falls on the company logo during a news conference to announce the annual financial results of Tata Steel in Mumbai June 25, 2008. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA BUSINESS)
TATASTEEL RESULTS
RTR250W2
June 25, 2009
Kirby Adams (R), CEO of Corus, listens to B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speak as his...
None, India
Adams, CEO of Corus, listens to Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speak during a news conference...
Kirby Adams (R), CEO of Corus, listens to B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speak as his shadow falls on the company logo, during a news conference to announce the annual financial results of Tata Steel in Mumbai June 25, 2008. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA BUSINESS)
TATASTEEL RESULTS
RTR250VQ
June 25, 2009
B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference to announce the annual...
Mumbai, India
B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference to announce the annual...
B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference to announce the annual financial results of Tata Steel in Mumbai June 25, 2008. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA BUSINESS)
TATASTEEL RESULTS
RTR250VI
June 25, 2009
B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference to announce the annual...
Mumbai, India
B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference to announce the annual...
B. Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks during a news conference to announce the annual financial results of Tata Steel in Mumbai June 25, 2008. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA BUSINESS)
TATASTEEL/
RTR23ZB7
January 28, 2009
Philippe Varin, chief executive of Tata Steel's Anglo-Dutch unit Corus Group, reacts during a news conference...
None, India
Varin, chief executive of Corus Group, reacts during news conference by Tata Steel in Mumbai
Philippe Varin, chief executive of Tata Steel's Anglo-Dutch unit Corus Group, reacts during a news conference by Tata Steel in Mumbai January 28, 2009. Slumping sales more than halved quarterly net profit at the Indian operations of Tata Steel Ltd and top officials said a recovery in demand was only expected in the second half of 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL/
RTR23ZB3
January 28, 2009
B. Muthuraman, managing director of India's Tata Steel Ltd., speaks during a news conference in Mumbai...
None, India
Muthuraman, managing director of India's Tata Steel Ltd., speaks during news conference in Mumbai
B. Muthuraman, managing director of India's Tata Steel Ltd., speaks during a news conference in Mumbai January 28, 2009. Slumping sales more than halved quarterly net profit at the Indian operations of Tata Steel Ltd and top officials said a recovery in demand was only expected in the second half of 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL
RTR21S26
August 28, 2008
Chairman of Tata group Ratan Tata (C, standing) speaks during the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of shareholders...
Mumbai, India
Tata speaks during the Annual General Meeting of Tata Steel
Chairman of Tata group Ratan Tata (C, standing) speaks during the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of shareholders of Tata Steel Ltd in Mumbai August 28, 2008. Tata Steel Ltd, the world's sixth-largest steel maker, said on Thursday its consolidated quarterly net profit rose 60.5 percent boosted by its Anglo-Dutch unit Corus. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL/
RTR21S20
August 28, 2008
Chairman of Tata group Ratan Tata speaks during the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of shareholders of Tata...
Mumbai, India
Tata speaks during the Annual General Meeting of Tata Steel
Chairman of Tata group Ratan Tata speaks during the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of shareholders of Tata Steel Ltd next to non-executive deputy chairman of Tata Steel James Leng (L) and Tata Steel Managing Director B Muthuraman (R) in Mumbai August 28, 2008. Tata Steel Ltd, the world's sixth-largest steel maker, said on Thursday its consolidated quarterly net profit rose 60.5 percent boosted by its Anglo-Dutch unit Corus. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
TATASTEEL/
RTR21S1V
August 28, 2008
Chairman of Tata group Ratan Tata attends the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of shareholders of Tata Steel...
Mumbai, India
Chairman of Tata group Ratan Tata speaks during the Annual General Meeting of Tata Steel
Chairman of Tata group Ratan Tata attends the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of shareholders of Tata Steel Ltd in Mumbai August 28, 2008. Tata Steel Ltd, the world's sixth-largest steel maker, said on Thursday its consolidated quarterly net profit rose 60.5 percent boosted by its Anglo-Dutch unit Corus. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL/
RTR21S1J
August 28, 2008
Chairman of Tata Group Ratan Tata speaks in front of a portrait of Tata Group founder Jamsetji Nusserwanji...
Mumbai, India
Chairman Ratan Tata speaks in front of a portrait of founder Jamsetji Tata during Tata Steel AGM in Mumbai...
Chairman of Tata Group Ratan Tata speaks in front of a portrait of Tata Group founder Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata during the Tata Steel Annual General Meeting in Mumbai August 28, 2008. Tata Steel Ltd, the world's sixth-largest steel maker, said on Thursday its consolidated quarterly net profit rose 60.5 percent boosted by its Anglo-Dutch unit Corus. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL/
RTR21S1E
August 28, 2008
Chairman of Tata Group Ratan Tata speaks to Tata Steel Ltd shareholders during the Annual General Meeting...
Mumbai, India
Chairman Ratan Tata speaks during Annual General Meeting of Tata Steel in Mumbai
Chairman of Tata Group Ratan Tata speaks to Tata Steel Ltd shareholders during the Annual General Meeting in Mumbai August 28, 2008. Tata Steel Ltd, the world's sixth-largest steel maker, said on Thursday its consolidated quarterly net profit rose 60.5 percent boosted by its Anglo-Dutch unit Corus. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL/
RTX7D76
June 26, 2008
B Muthuraman (L), Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks as Philippe Varin, CEO of Corus Group, looks...
Mumbai, India
Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel speaks as Varin, CEO of Corus Group looks in Mumbai
B Muthuraman (L), Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks as Philippe Varin, CEO of Corus Group, looks on during a press conference to announce annual financial results of Tata Steel in Mumbai June 26, 2008. Tata Steel, the world's sixth-largest steelmaker, on Thursday reported a tripling in consolidated net profit for the 2007/08 financial year largely due to its purchase of Corus Group. Tata Steel, which completed a $13 billion deal to buy Corus in April 2007 in India's biggest foreign takeover, said consolidated net profit rose to 123.22 billion rupees ($2.9 billion) for the year to March 31 from 41.66 billion in 2006/07, which did not include Corus. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL/
RTX7D70
June 26, 2008
B Muthuraman (L), Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks as Philippe Varin, CEO of Corus Group, looks...
Mumbai, India
Muthuraman, Managing Director of Tata Steel speaks as Varin, CEO of Corus Group looks in Mumbai
B Muthuraman (L), Managing Director of Tata Steel, speaks as Philippe Varin, CEO of Corus Group, looks on during a press conference to announce annual financial results of Tata Steel in Mumbai June 26, 2008. Tata Steel, the world's sixth-largest steelmaker, on Thursday reported a tripling in consolidated net profit for the 2007/08 financial year largely due to its purchase of Corus Group. Tata Steel, which completed a $13 billion deal to buy Corus in April 2007 in India's biggest foreign takeover, said consolidated net profit rose to 123.22 billion rupees ($2.9 billion) for the year to March 31 from 41.66 billion in 2006/07, which did not include Corus. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL/
RTX7D6A
June 26, 2008
B Muthuraman (R), managing director of Tata Steel, and Philippe Varin, chief executive of Corus Group,...
Mumbai, India
Muthuraman, managing director of Tata Steel, and Varin, CEO of Corus Group, talk to each in Mumbai
B Muthuraman (R), managing director of Tata Steel, and Philippe Varin, chief executive of Corus Group, talk to each other during a news conference to announce the annual financial results of Tata Steel in Mumbai June 26, 2008. Tata Steel, the world's sixth-largest steelmaker, on Thursday reported a tripling in consolidated net profit for the 2007/08 financial year largely due to its purchase of Corus Group. Tata Steel, which completed a $13 billion deal to buy Corus in April 2007 in India's biggest foreign takeover, said consolidated net profit rose to 123.22 billion rupees ($2.9 billion) for the year to March 31 from 41.66 billion in 2006/07, which did not include Corus. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL/
RTX7D66
June 26, 2008
B Muthuraman (R), managing director of Tata Steel, and Philippe Varin, chief executive of Corus Group,...
Mumbai, India
Muthuraman, managing director of Tata Steel, and Varin, CEO of Corus Group talk to each in Mumbai
B Muthuraman (R), managing director of Tata Steel, and Philippe Varin, chief executive of Corus Group, talk to each other during a news conference to announce the annual financial results of Tata Steel in Mumbai June 26, 2008. Tata Steel, the world's sixth-largest steelmaker, on Thursday reported a tripling in consolidated net profit for the 2007/08 financial year largely due to its purchase of Corus Group. Tata Steel, which completed a $13 billion deal to buy Corus in April 2007 in India's biggest foreign takeover, said consolidated net profit rose to 123.22 billion rupees ($2.9 billion) for the year to March 31 from 41.66 billion in 2006/07, which did not include Corus. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL-CONSOLIDATED/
RTR1T7JE
August 29, 2007
Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata speaks during the 100th annual general meeting of one of the group's subsidiaries,...
Mumbai, India
Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata speaks during the 100th annual general meeting of one of the group's subsidiaries,...
Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata speaks during the 100th annual general meeting of one of the group's subsidiaries, Tata Steel, in Mumbai August 29, 2007. India's Tata Steel Ltd said its consolidated quarterly earnings rose more than six times, boosted by Corus for which it won a bidding war in January to become the world's sixth-largest steel maker. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA)
TATASTEEL-CONSOLIDATED/
RTR1T7J3
August 29, 2007
Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata speaks during the 100th annual general meeting of one of the group's subsidiaries,...
Mumbai, India
Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata speaks during the 100th annual general meeting of one of the group's subsidiaries,...
Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata speaks during the 100th annual general meeting of one of the group's subsidiaries, Tata Steel, in Mumbai August 29, 2007. India's Tata Steel Ltd said its consolidated quarterly earnings rose more than six times, boosted by Corus for which it won a bidding war in January to become the world's sixth-largest steel maker. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA)
TATASTEEL-CONSOLIDATED/
RTR1T7IQ
August 29, 2007
Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata speaks during the 100th annual general meeting of one of the group's subsidiaries,...
Mumbai, India
Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata speaks during the 100th annual general meeting of one of the group's subsidiaries,...
Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata speaks during the 100th annual general meeting of one of the group's subsidiaries, Tata Steel, in Mumbai August 29, 2007. India's Tata Steel Ltd said its consolidated quarterly earnings rose more than six times, boosted by Corus for which it won a bidding war in January to become the world's sixth-largest steel maker. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA)
TATASTEEL-RESULTS/
RTR1PSIY
May 17, 2007
Shadow of Managing Director of Tata Steel Ltd., B. Muthuraman, falls on the company logo while presenting...
Mumbai, India
Shadow of Muthuraman, falls on the company logo while presenting the company's quarterly results in Mumbai...
Shadow of Managing Director of Tata Steel Ltd., B. Muthuraman, falls on the company logo while presenting the company's quarterly results in Mumbai May 17, 2007. India's Tata Steel Ltd. said on Thursday its quarterly net profit rose 41 percent on higher steel prices, but the result lagged analysts' forecasts. Tata Steel, which bought Anglo-Dutch firm Corus Group for $12.9 billion earlier this year, said standalone net profit for the January-March quarter rose to 11.04 billion rupees ($270.6 million) from 7.83 billion rupees reported a year earlier. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL-RESULTS/
RTR1PSIT
May 17, 2007
B. Muthuraman,managing director of India's Tata Steel Ltd., presents the company's quarterly results...
Mumbai, India
Muthuraman,managing director of India's Tata Steel Ltd., presents the company's quarterly results in...
B. Muthuraman,managing director of India's Tata Steel Ltd., presents the company's quarterly results in Mumbai May 17, 2007.India's Tata Steel Ltd. said on Thursday its quarterly net profit rose 41 percent on higher steel prices, but the result lagged analysts' forecasts. Tata Steel, which bought Anglo-Dutch firm Corus Group for $12.9 billion earlier this year, said standalone net profit for the January-March quarter rose to 11.04 billion rupees ($270.6 million) from 7.83 billion rupees reported a year earlier. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL-RESULTS/
RTR1PSIN
May 17, 2007
B. Muthuraman (C),managing director of Tata Steel Ltd., and other officials of the company are reflected...
Mumbai, India
Muthuraman and other officials of the company are reflected onto a mirror as they present the company's...
B. Muthuraman (C),managing director of Tata Steel Ltd., and other officials of the company are reflected onto a mirror as they present the company's quarterly results in Mumbai May 17, 2007. India's Tata Steel Ltd. said on Thursday its quarterly net profit rose 41 percent on higher steel prices, but the result lagged analysts' forecasts. Tata Steel, which bought Anglo-Dutch firm Corus Group for $12.9 billion earlier this year, said standalone net profit for the January-March quarter rose to 11.04 billion rupees ($270.6 million) from 7.83 billion rupees reported a year earlier. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL-RESULTS
RTR1PSIB
May 17, 2007
B. Muthuraman,managing director of India's Tata Steel Ltd., presents the company's quarterly results...
Mumbai, India
Muthuraman,managing director of India's Tata Steel Ltd., presents the company's quarterly results in...
B. Muthuraman,managing director of India's Tata Steel Ltd., presents the company's quarterly results in Mumbai May 17, 2007.India's Tata Steel Ltd. said on Thursday its quarterly net profit rose 41 percent on higher steel prices, but the result lagged analysts' forecasts. Tata Steel, which bought Anglo-Dutch firm Corus Group for $12.9 billion earlier this year, said standalone net profit for the January-March quarter rose to 11.04 billion rupees ($270.6 million) from 7.83 billion rupees reported a year earlier. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
TATASTEEL-RESULTS/
RTR1PSI2
May 17, 2007
B. Muthuraman,managing director of India's Tata Steel Ltd., presents the company's quarterly results...
Mumbai, India
Muthuraman,managing director of India's Tata Steel Ltd., presents the company's quarterly results in...
B. Muthuraman,managing director of India's Tata Steel Ltd., presents the company's quarterly results in Mumbai May 17, 2007.India's Tata Steel Ltd. said on Thursday its quarterly net profit rose 41 percent on higher steel prices, but the result lagged analysts' forecasts. Tata Steel, which bought Anglo-Dutch firm Corus Group for $12.9 billion earlier this year, said standalone net profit for the January-March quarter rose to 11.04 billion rupees ($270.6 million) from 7.83 billion rupees reported a year earlier. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
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