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Vedanta says expression of interest for buying govt's nearly 53 per cent stake in BPCL is exploratory in nature.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 18-11-2020 14:02 IST | Created: 18-11-2020 14:02 IST
Vedanta says expression of interest for buying govt's nearly 53 per cent stake in BPCL is exploratory in nature.

Vedanta says expression of interest for buying govt's nearly 53 per cent stake in BPCL is exploratory in nature.

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